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Veith, Gene


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"By Gene Edward Veith. Archimedes, the discoverer of the lever, said that if he had a place to stand, he could move the world. But, of course, there is no such place to stand. However, on April 27, 1521, a young monk from a small town in Germany declared before the powers of his day, who demanded that he take back his faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, that his conscience was bound by the Word of God. “Here I stand,” he declared. A Place to Stand summarizes the German reformer’s life and topically treats his worldview, inspiring readers to delve deeper into the man whose contribution to the betterment of the world Life magazine in 2000 ranked as the third most significant of all time and the Toronto Globe & Mail ranked number two. Nearly five centuries after his time, we can see that Martin Luther indeed had a place to stand. And he did move the world."
Publisher: Cumberland House
ISBN: 9781581824209
Item #: 8280
Binding: Hardcover
Page Count: 256
Publication Date: 2005

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