"So powerful and distinctive was this transition from traditional, orthodox Christianity to unscriptural paths that even Martin Luther, although taking a sola scriptura stand against the Catholic Church, still exhibited a strong, anti-Semitic tendency even to his deathbed."
Rather you should say that so powerful is the scriptural evidence that even an ardent "sola scripture" man like Luther, who rejected Catholic authority, recognized the Church as the true inheritor of God's covenant promises.
BTW, I noticed that in your posts the "anti-Semitic" allegation appears 15 or 20 times -- I really didn't count them -- thereby demonstrating that your argument relies more on name-calling than on scriptural evidence. You ape the Anti-Defamation League well.
Umm, no, I just copied what the wuthor said, and he used the term correctly, and also made sure that the guilty got it evenly!