What advice does Luther give rulers (princes)?
Martin Luther urged rulers to denounce Jews for their failure to accept Christianity and to eject them from Germany, even accusing them of being "thieves and robbers."
For Martin Luther, Christ's sacrifice remained the key to salvation. After the Reformation, in which the corruption that had come to Catholicism had been rejected, Luther felt that Jews should now embrace his revised Christianity. But, when they did not do so, Luther uttered many vituperative charges against them; furthermore, he urged the rulers of Germany who had...
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