Yet, we will show them Christian love and pray for them that they may be converted to receive the Lord, whom they should honor properly before us. Whoever will not do this is no doubt a malicious Jew, who will not stop blaspheming Christ, draining you dry, and, if he can, killing [you]. 
Martin Luther Might Not Have Nailed His 95 Theses to the Church Door
"Dr. Martin Luther would very probably sit in my place in the defendants' dock today, if this book had been taken into consideration by the Prosecution. In the book 'The Jews and Their Lies,' Dr. Martin Luther writes that the Jews are a serpent's brood and one should burn down their synagogues and destroy them..."
The emperor is appealed to in his three primary pamphlets, to destroy the power of the pope , to confiscate for his own use all ecclesiastical property , to abolish ecclesiastical feasts , fasts , and holidays, to do away with Masses for the dead , etc. In his "Babylonian Captivity", particularly, he tries to arouse national feeling against the papacy , and appeals to the lower appetite of the crowd by laying down a sensualized code of matrimonial ethics , little removed from paganism , which "again come to the front during the French Revolution " (Hagen, "Deutsche literar. u. religiöse Verhaltnisse", II, Erlangen, 1843, 235). His third manifesto, "On the Freedom of a Christian Man", more moderate in tone, though uncompromisingly radical, he sent to the pope . In April, 1520, Eck appeared in Rome , with the German works, containing most of these doctrines, translated into Latin . They were submitted and discussed with patient care and critical calmness. Some members of the four consistories , held between 21 May and 1 June, counselled gentleness and forbearance, but those demanding summary procedure prevailed. The Bull of excommunication , "Exsurge Domine", was accordingly drawn up 15 July. It formally condemned forty-one propositions drawn from his writings, ordered the destruction of the books containing the errors , and summoned Luther himself to recant within sixty days or receive the full penalty of ecclesiastical punishment .
Leplay, Michel. Martin Luther. Paris: Desclée de Brouwer, 1998.