Especially the anti-semitic piece.
he was not an anti-semite in the racial sense -- he wanted to convert the Jews and initially thought he would be able to convince them (egotism was one of his flaws), but then got embittered when he failed. If a person converted, he didn't hate that guy for being born a Jew.
The Nazis took Luther's diatribes and made them into a racial statement
Luther had a towering intellect, but also towering flaws -- he was very Germanic in the sense of capable of deep piety and also pig-headedness
I see no point in talking about 16th century men's flaws to deals with matters of today
firstly, this article is not about clergy but seems to be about foreign diplomats -- ignore the sensational title
Sorry I always read the puff light bio on this man. I did download Dave Armstrong’s take but never got to read it yet. I also got a great bio( as put by the praise on the cover) at used bookstore but that is in storage in another state.