Martin Luther Had Some Great Advice For Dealing With The Coronavirus 500 Years Ago

Martin Luther Had Some Great Advice For Dealing With The Coronavirus 500 Years Ago

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Most people know Martin Luther as a theologian and as the father of the Reformation but he also happened to have some pretty relevant advice for communities dealing with the coronavirus.

Back in 1527, a deadly plague hit Martin Luther’s town of Wittenberg and he wrote a letter to a friend (Volume 43, Pg. 132: Whether One Should Flee From A Deadly Plague - To: Rev. Dr. John Hess), explaining how churches should deal with such complicated circumstances.

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