Book Blurbs: Robert Kolb, Martin Luther as He Lived and Breathed

Erik Herrmann interviews Robert Kolb on his latest book, Martin Luther as He Lived and Breathed. Kolb discusses not only his biography among other eminent biographies of Luther, but how he went about describing Luther’s life through the unique voices of those who actually knew Luther personally.

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