@tbswv: I remember going into shock few years back,seing Martin Luther's book on the shelf of Basilica's Catholic book store without any warning sign as to his philosophy attached to it - as I opened the book at random my eyes fell on the sentence of Luther calling for dismantling of cloisters,monasteries and doing away with celibacy,mention was made about him marrying two nuns.
It is amazing. I am an alumnus of the Valparaiso University, a Missouri Synod Lutheran institution. We had to take several Luther's theology classes as requirement for graduation. They surely did not tell us this in our classes.
What was often discussed was this statement that was made by Martin Luther, "Sin and sin boldly...Be a sinner, and let your sins be strong, but let your trust in Christ be stronger, and rejoice in Christ who is the victor over sin, death, and the world."
The Heretic Luther committed fornication with a former nun who bore him six children. He was an earthy German who liked to indulge his senses. Molding a new "religion" to suit his own lusts. Protestant denominations were founded by men. Only the Roman Catholic Church was founded by Christ himself.