Luther provides a clear exposition of the state of German politics on the eve of the Reformation. Dr Mullett concentrates particularly on the evolution of Luther's thought and its central preoccupation with re-aligning the church's theology with that of the New Testament.
`An excellent addition to a good series. A clear, simple, well-judged book which will be useful in schools.' - Teaching History
`The strength of Luther is [its] analysis of the political situation in the sixteenth-century German states ... Dr Mullett traces [all essential developments of the 1520s] with clarity.' - Times Education Supplement