Martin Luther: The Apologist
When you hear the date October 31st you probably think of costumes and candy. For some like professor Billy Marsh, they think of hammers, nails, and church vandalism. That’s because on October 31, 1517, over two-hundred years ago, a monk named Martin Luther tacked a list of concerns regarding the teaching and practices of the Catholicism of his day to the door of a church in Wittenberg, Germany. A reformation soon followed.
The following video presented by Cedarville University’s Center for Biblical Apologetics in which I interview Luther scholar, Dr. Billy Marsh, about Martin Luther’s apologetics.