“I see in Luther an energy of faith, for which millions of souls ought to be thankful to God. I can truly say I am.”

– John Nelson Darby

In this podcast we come to Martin Luther’s momentous break with the church of Rome. Sometimes history allows us to peer into the souls of men during their hour of trial and see them acting upon their convictions. In this episode we take a look at the events leading up to Luther’s final break with Rome and the stand he took at the Diet of Worms. Luther would serve notice to all those assembled at Worms that this was not a move of man but a move of God. Martin Luther truly fought the good fight.

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