The Man Who Laid the Egg
Young Gerhard Koestler lived in Germany in the 1500s. He inherited money and a castle when his rich parents died. His Uncle Frederic tried to talk Gerhard into becoming a monk so Frederic could claim the inheritance for his own.
But Gerhard had other ideas. After a series of adventures and narrow escapes, Gerhard arrived in Basel, Switzerland. To his delight he was able to live in the same house as Erasmus. Although Erasmus' enemies accused him of agreeing with Martin Luther, Erasmus said that the Bible was his guide.
In the end, Gerhard returned to his castle. Not sure whether he wanted to be known as a Catholic or a Lutheran, Gerhard said, "Call me a Christian." No other name was necessary.
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