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Luther and his mother. Luther and his mother. by. Siggins, Ian D. Kingston. Luther, Martin, 1483-1546, Luder, Margarethe. Philadelphia : Fortress Press.

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This book draws new attention to these influential sermons circulating on the eve of the Reformation. Ian Siggins’ published works include Martin Luther’s Doctrine of Christ, and Luther and His Mother. A Fulbright scholar, he taught church history at Yale and Harvard Universities for many years before returning to his native Australia, where he has served as an ombudsman and consultant to federal and state governments in equal opportunity, health, and human services, and as Adjunct Professor in the Medical School of the University of Queensland.

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During 1505–1506, Martin Luther, then vacillating about a call to the religious life and/or the priesthood, underwent spiritual revelations during thunderstorms. Philadelphia: Fortress.

Siggins, Ian D. Fortress Press, 1981. Verlagshaus, Gütersloher. Most Popular Documents for ENGL 111.

Correcting much of the received tradition, Ian Siggins has undertaken original research that leads to a new understanding of the formative role that Martin Luther's mother played in his verbal, spiritual, and psychological development. Siggins begins with a discussion of the traditional portrait of Hanna Luder, including a review and the resolution of the debate about Hanna's maiden name. Next, he looks at a much less technical and more colorful controversy involving Luther's mother. He describes the social background and achievements of Hanna's family, and relates details of young Martin's contact with that family during his impressionable adolescent years. Siggins pays special attention to the preaching that Luther heard in the circle of his maternal relatives. Finally, he examines Luther's mature writings for traces of his mother's influence.