Indeed, they did what they had promised to do. Not so long after his birth, they moved to Mansfield where his dad found an occupation in the mines. His both parents worked very hard in order to provide for their children. Morrison (pp.79) has a way of portraying Martin Luther’s description of his family that his father was a poor miner, his mother carried the wood from the forests on her back; and that both worked the flesh off their bones in order to bring up the siblings. His parents’ hard work is what gave him the ethics to be hard working when his turn had come to do the same. The book also indicates that Luther’s shift to Magdeburg where he asked for food as a homeless person. A year later Luther moved to Eisenach where he enrolled in school at St. George. While still studying there, a lady by the name, Ursula Cotta had the pitiful heart and he let him stay with her and her husband. After spending four years with the amazing couple, he moved to Erfurt where he was awarded the degree of Master of Arts. As Luther King was finding his heart’s place in heaven, Morrison (pp.71) indicates that the Catholic Church, on the other hand, advised him to be a monk. He took the advice and became a member of the congregation at Augustinian monastery in Erfurt. Martin Luther The Great Reformer by J.A. Morrison.
Works citedMorrison, John. Martin Luther: The great reformer. New York: Christian liberty press, 2003. Print.
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