Writes Gregg, "Wittenberg, where Luther lived, is special place for me. The town is so small and yet it shook Rome to its core. Luther’s home is the former Augustinian monastery. You can go into the the room where he and his family gathered for meals and students pumped him with questions. It was there I came to understand the magnitude of his wife’s, Katarina, contribution to the Reformation. The altar in the small town church that so clearly shows Luther’s understanding of the gospel. On the outside of the church is a judensau, an awful antisemitic image from the 13th century reminds me of the Church’s failures. And then the Castle Church where Luther is buried and where he nailed the 95 theses. That town captures Luther and the Reformation, the glorious Gospel of God as well as the human capacity for sin."