Very amusing reflections from Martin Luther for the betterment of souls


#1

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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


#2

Hahaha. Where did you manage to find that?


#3

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:


#4

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

:rotfl:


#5

funny **** !

( my attempt at a joke) LOL


#6

He seems to know me so well! :D


#7

[quote="Jennet, post:6, topic:276886"]
He seems to know me so well! :D

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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.

:D

Jon


#8

I wouldn't be surprised if this one is a tribhttp://www.filii.info/g.gifute to the similarity between English and German.


#9

An excellent http://www.filii.info/g.gifsource of put-downs for those who lack vocabulary.


#10

You people are more stupid than a block ohttp://www.filii.info/g.giff wood."


#11

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


#12

You are the white devil and a glittering Satan.

:D


#13

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


#14

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.


#15

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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

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I'll have to remember this one.:D


#16

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

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


#17

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!


#18

"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.


#19

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


#20

Charming man, wasn’t he?

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

LOL.


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