This is a well documented event that Luther admitted himself. The Facts About Luther is one book that lists numerous other sources about Luther too. It’s an issue only because its so funny. I admit, Einstien could have inveted his theories in the privy as well. Of course he never bragged about it like good’ole Martin often did.
I have to admit here I did make a typo by accident on another thread. I did not do it on purpose and it was only later I noticed it.
Post #49 on this thread:
It really was an accident but perhaps it was divine inspiration too and the Holy Spirit guided my errant finger to the “a” intead of the “o” which was the correct vowel? I only noticed the error after reading the word later. Here is part of that post:
"…Transubstantiation = Catholic Faith. Bread and wine become Body and Blood but only apear in their old form. Kinda like mixing yeast, flour, sugar, butter and water and then becoming bread, something new but still appearing as the old but can never be seperated out.
[font=Times New Roman]Consubstantiation = Luthers opinion. Bread and ‘wine’(grape juice?) stay bread and wine and Jesus just goes into it for a while but does not replace it. Like mixing oil and water. They never combine and become one and then can be seperated again[/font]
[font=Times New Roman]…I know Luther invented ‘faith alone’ while in the privy, did he invent ‘cansubstantiation’ there as well?"[/font]
Sorry, but it is funny.:rotfl: