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May 24, 2017

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MIkeR

I came across that quotation in red in a book I was reading. I was puzzled that the book did not give a source for the quote as just about every other statement from Luther was given a quote. so I looked it up on the internet to see if I could find a source. I came across an article written by James Swann, an anti-Catholic. As a Catholic I had to accept that what Mr Swann writes is possibly correct.
https://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2010/09/luther-peasants-are-no-better-than.html
Incidentally I note that this article gives no source for rhe quotation in red.

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