A Short Tour of Martin Luther’s Spiritual Home Where He Entered University and Became a Monk

The Cathedral of Saint Mary (left) and the Church of Saint Severus (right) in Erfurt, Germany.

ERFURT — The Christian faith is now rather foreign to many who dwell in the city where a young Martin Luther attended university and entered a monastery in pursuit of God.

The city of Erfurt, where Luther studied and became a monk before being sent to Wittenberg — where in 1517 he would write and post his 95 theses — hosted The Christian Post as part of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, by Brandon Showalter