13 Shocking Remarks You Probably Never Knew Martin Luther Said!

If you follow the hugely popular Church of Nice, you may have never heard of this side of the “great” Martin Luther. But here you will meet the side of the first Reformer that you may not have known about.

“If Moses should attempt to intimidate you with his stupid Ten Commandments, tell him right out – chase yourself to the Jews”

“as long as we are here [in this world] we have to sin. . . . No sin will separate us from the Lamb, even though we commit fornication and murder a thousand times a day

Martin Luther, Lecture at Wittenberg



“If we allow them – the Commandments – any influence in our conscience, they become the cloak of all evil, heresies and blasphemies”

(Comm. ad Galat, p.310).



“When the devil comes to tempt and harass you . . . indulge some sin in hatred of the evil spirit and to torment him . . . otherwise we are beaten if we are too nervously sensitive about guarding against sin . . . I tell you, we must put all the Ten Commandments, with which the devil tempts and plagues us so greatly, out of sight and out of mind.”

(Table Talk in De Wette, 5.188; De Wette was a protestant scholar who collected the most significant sayings of Luther in several volumes).



“Christ committed adultery first of all with the women at the well about whom St. John tell’s us. Was not everybody about Him saying: ‘Whatever has He been doing with her?’ Secondly, with Mary Magdalen, and thirdly with the women taken in adultery whom He dismissed so lightly. Thus even, Christ who was so righteous, must have been guilty of fornication before He died.”

(Trishreden, Weimer Edition, Vol. 2, Pg. 107)



“St. Augustine or St. Ambrosius cannot be compared with me.”

(Erlangen, Vol. 61, pg. 422.)



The word and works of God is quite clear, that women were made either to be wives or prostitutes.

(Works 12.94)


“They are fools who attempt to overcome temptations [to lust] by fasting, prayer and chastisement. For such temptations and immoral attacks are easily overcome when there are plenty of maidens and women”

(Luther's Works, Jena ed., 1558, 2, 116; cited in P. F. O'Hare, "The Facts About Luther", Rockford, 1987, 311).


“to my mind, it [the book of the Apocalypse/Revelation] bears upon it no marks of an apostolic or prophetic character…Everyone may form his own judgment of this book; as for myself, I feel an aversion to it, and to me this is sufficient reason for rejecting it.”

(Sammtliche Werke, 63, pp169-170, ‘The Facts About Luther’, O’Hare, TAN Books, 1987, p203)



“We should throw the Epistle of James out of this school [Wittenberg], for it doesn’t amount to much. It contains not a syllable about Christ. Not once does it mention Christ, except at the beginning. I maintain that some Jew wrote it who probably heard about Christian people but never encountered any.”

(Lecture at Wittenberg, 54, 424-425)


“The book of Esther I toss into the Elbe. I am such an enemy to the book of Esther that I wish it did not exist, for it Judaizes too much and has in it a great deal of heathenish foolishness.”

(‘The Facts About Luther’, O’Hare, TAN Books, 1987, p202)



“Set fire to their synagogues or schools,”   Jewish houses should “be razed and destroyed,” and Jewish “prayer books and Talmudic writings, in which such idolatry, lies, cursing, and blasphemy are taught, [should] be taken from them.” In addition, “their rabbis [should] be forbidden to teach on pain of loss of life and limb.”

On the Jews and Their Lies. Wittenberg, 1543



In May of 1525, he published a work originally titled Against the Rioting Peasants, the title of which was quickly changed to Against the Murderous, Thieving Hordes of Peasants, in which he called on everyone to kill the peasants, en masse:

Besides, any man against whom it can be proved that he is a maker of sedition is outside the law of God and Empire, so that the first who can slay him is doing right and well. For if a man is an open rebel every man is his judge and executioner, just as when a fire starts, the first to put it out is the best man. For rebellion is not simple murder, but is like a great fire, which attacks and lays waste a whole land. Thus rebellion brings with it a land full of murder and bloodshed, makes widows and orphans, and turns everything upside down, like the greatest disaster. Therefore let everyone who can, smite, slay and stab, secretly or openly, remembering that nothing can be more poisonous, hurtful or devilish than a rebel. It is just as when one must kill a mad dog; if you do not strike him, he will strike you, and a whole land with you.

Luther burning the document of his excommunication.
“Our fools, the popes, bishops, sophists, and monks-the crude asses’ heads-have hitherto so treated the Jews that anyone who wished to be a good Christian would almost have had to become a Jew. If I had been a Jew and had seen such dolts and blockheads govern and teach the Christian faith, I would sooner have become a hog than a Christian.
…They have dealt with the Jews as if they were dogs rather than human beings..”
Martin Luther, That Jesus Christ was Born a Jew, ed. Helmut T. Lehmann, trans. Walther I.
Brandt, vol. 45 (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1962), 200.
  Think this man ever was a “mystic of grace” ? Perhaps one would agree with you.. that one would be Adolf Hitler. Yes, Hitler was a huge fan of Luther’s writings:
“I do insist on the certainty that sooner or later—once we hold power—Christianity will be overcome and the German church, without a Pope and without the Bible, and Luther, if he could be with us, would give us his blessing.” – ADOLF HITLER
(“Hitler's Speeches”, edited by Professor N. H. Baynes (Oxford, 1942), page 369).

Walter Buch, the head of the Nazi Party court, admitted Luther’s influence on Nazi Germany:
“When Luther turned his attention to the Jews, after he completed his translation of the Bible, he left behind “on the Jews and their Lies” for posterity.”
-cited from Richard Steigmann-Gall’s The Holy Reich]

“Many people confess their amazement that Hitler preaches ideas which they have always held…. From the Middle Ages we can look to the same example in Martin Luther. What stirred in the soul and spirit of the German people of that time, finally found expression in his person, in his words and deeds. ”
-“Geist und Kampf” (speech), Bundesarchiv Berlin-Zehlendorf, [cited from Richard Steigmann-Gall’s The Holy Reich]

source: https://www.nobeliefs.com/luther.htm
If we wish to find a scapegoat on whose shoulders we may
lay the miseries which Germany has brought upon the
world-I am more and more convinced that the worst evil
genius of that country is not Hitler or Bismarck or
Frederick the Great, but Martin Luther.
-Reverend William Ralph Inge, 1944.

“To them belong, not only the truly great statesmen, but all other
great reformers as well. Beside Frederick the Great stands Martin
Luther as well as Richard Wagner.”

[Adolf Hitler, “Mein Kampf”, Vol. 1, Chapter 8]
 I suggest, that instead of reading such drivel as “Looking At Luther With Fresh Eyes“, turn, instead, to a more truly Catholic form of information concerning the Faith. This book, for one example is creepily interesting and quite useful in its information regarding Martin Luther’s vulgar self.
 Let us pray that Martin Luther converted before his death, because if he didn’t, he is most surely in Hell. 

St. John Vianney:
The man of impure speech is a “person whose lips are but an opening and a supply pipe which hell uses to vomit its impurities upon the earth.


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