Tomorrow is Reformation Day, so I thought that I would write another post in my series.
Martin Luther attached his list of issues to the door of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany 498 years ago on October 31, 1517.
Martin Luther preached in St. Michael’s church in Jena, Germany in 1524. He was also in Jena in March 1522 just after leaving his hiding place at the Wartburg. See Reformation Day III.
This is the original grave plate for Martin Luther. However, Martin Luther is not buried in St. Michael’s. There is an interesting story as to why the grave plate is in Jena. You can visit my post Reformation Day II to learn more about why the original grave plate is hanging in St. Michael’s.
You can also visit my post Notable Jena Gravestones to see a close up picture of the Martin Luther grave plate.
Someday I would like to visit Wittenberg, Germany and see the actual grave stone of Martin Luther.