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15 January 2018

  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 16:36 . . (+2). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(fix link)
  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 16:35 . . (-6). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(formatting)
  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 03:37 . . (+405). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(God the Almighty has made our rulers mad; they actually think they can do--and order their subjects to do--whatever they please. And the subjects make the mistake of believing that they, in turn, are bound to obey their rulers in everything.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 03:32 . . (+105). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(An armed insurrection ... would hinder and bring into disrepute this spiritual insurrection.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 03:31 . . (+140). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(There is no need for you to develop an armed insurrection. Christ himself has already begun an insurrection with his mouth.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 03:29 . . (+138). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(Those who read and rightly understand my teaching will not start an insurrection; they have not learned that from me.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 03:27 . . (+256). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(Insurrection ... never brings about the desired improvement. For insurrection lacks discernment; it generally harms the innocent more than the guilty. Hence, no insurrection is ever right, no matter how right the cause it seeks to promote.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Martin Luther‎; 03:24 . . (+492). .Peter1c (talk | contribs)(We must calm the mind of the common man, and tell him to abstain from the words and even the passions which lead to insurrection.)

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