Martin Luther Refuses to Repudiate His Books at the Diet of Worms

Martin Luther Refuses to Repudiate His Books at the Diet of Worms

Luther Before the Diet of Worms
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At the Diet of Worms, Martin Luther, provides his response to the previous days question of whether he would repudiate the books he has written.

Today, Luther flatly refuses, supposedly stating:

"Here I stand; I can do no otherwise."

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Martin Luther — Here I Stand

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