ICYMI: Martin Luther and literacy

ICYMI: Martin Luther and literacy

As we continue to mark the 500 anniversary of the Reformation, I came across this recent web essay by Indiana University Professor Richard Gunderman on Martin Luther’s contribution to global literacy.

I thought it was worth sharing, especially as we continue to think about Luther’s cultural legacy beyond the church and theology:

https://theconversation.com/on-the-reformations-500th-anniversary-remembering-martin-luthers-contribution-to-literacy-77540

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