Luther definition

  • others:
    • Luther, Martin 1483-1546. German theologian and frontrunner associated with Reformation. Their opposition into the wealth and corruption of the papacy along with his belief that salvation would be given on such basis as trust alone in place of by works caused their excommunication from Catholic Church (1521). Luther confirmed the Augsburg Confession in 1530, efficiently establishing the Lutheran Church.
    • A Middle English form of lither .
  • proper-noun:
    • Martin Luther, German monk and theologian whose training inspired the Reformation
    • A male offered title, transported use of the German surname of Martin Luther, Germanic liut "people" + heri,hari "army", produced from the provided title that seems as Lothar in modern German.
    • : A surname from Middle English luthier "lute player".
  • noun:
    • German theologian who led the Reformation; thought that salvation is awarded based on belief in the place of deeds (1483-1546)

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