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Katharine was twenty-six when forty-two-year-old Martin Luther determined to "Take my Kate to wife ere I die, to spite the devil." Would the marriage succeed? Ernst Kroker's compelling biographical account of Katharine von Bora relates that their marriage not only succeeded but also set a high standard for marriage and Christian family life for centuries.
Originally published in German in 1906, this readable, fresh translation of one of the standard biographical works on Katie Luther presents a compelling portrait for those desiring to know more about this quietly influential Reformation character.
Number of Pages: 228
Vendor: Concordia Publishing House
|Publication Date: 2013|
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