Very amusing reflections from Martin Luther for the betterment of souls

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Amazing reflections from a wonderful spiritual thinker.

Honestly, how did he do it?

You are like mouse-dropping in the pepper.

From On the Councils and the Church, pg. 56 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 41

Hahaha. Where did you manage to find that?

Listen, you ***, you are a particularly crass ***, indeed, you are a filthy sow!
From On the Councils and the Church, pg. 72 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 41

I especially enjoy this one. An excellent source of put-downs for those who lack vocabulary. :eek: I wouldn’t be surprised if this one is a tribute to the similarity between English and German.

And still it did not pass through the word-censor. :blush:

“You people are more stupid than a block of wood.”
From Against Latomus, pg. 242 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 3

:rotfl:

funny **** !

( my attempt at a joke) LOL

[quote=Martin Luther]You conduct yourself like one drunk or asleep, belching out between your snores, “Yes, No.”
[/quote]

He seems to know me so well! :smiley:

And me, too.

God uses lust to impel men to marry, ambition to office, avarice to earning, and fear to faith. God led me like an old blind goat.

:smiley:

Jon

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Perhaps you want me to die of unrelieved boredom while you keep on talking.

From The Bondage of the Will, pg. 244 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 33

You are the white devil and a glittering Satan.

:smiley:

I got to hand it to him, Luther came up with some great insults! :wink:

Your words are so foolishly and ignorantly composed that I cannot believe you understand them.

Wow, those are great. If I could modernize a few of them I could put them to great use in meetings.

I’ll have to remember this one.:smiley:

“The jerk store called. They’re running out of you!”

Wait a minute. That was Geroge Costanza. Never mind.

I think he had an insult for every occaision!

We leave you to your own devices, for nothing properly suits you except hypocrisy, flattery, and lies.

Classic!

“You are the most insane heretics and ingrafters of heretical perversity.”

From Explanations of the Ninety-Five Theses, pg. 88 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 31

Him and his big words, and his small diffucult words.

You know less than does a log on the ground.

From Defense and Explanation of All the Articles, pg. 41 of Luther’s Works, Vol. 32

Hey! I resemble that remark!:D:p

Charming man, wasn’t he?

He also said some “wonderful” things about Jews, Women, and others.

LOL.

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