Ah, now you're getting somewhere, this is where a Luther-detractor should begin these days on this topic. I haven't read the link (time constraints), but I'm very familiar with the point being made. In fact, earlier I stated to you:Luther's nasty anti-Semitism is not really a pleasant topic for me.
"To depict his vitriol as “theological” anti-Judaism is reductionistic and does not suit all of the evidence."
Probst, Christopher. “Martin Luther and ‘The Jews’: A Reappraisal.” http://www.theologian.org.uk/churchhistory/lutherandthejews.html
So, keep researching along this path and you may actually come up with something serious to charge Luther with. The stuff you're currently posting about inherited sin and Luther viewing Jews as sub-human (or whatever) is... well... it's really a very poor argument (as demonstrated above). Stay away from college papers that don't actually do any meaningful research.There is a technical discussion on this that I'm doubtful you're aware of (based on your comments) in regard to the definition of anti-Semitism and its application to Luther. Sources available upon request.
Look into the history of defining the word "anti-Semitism" and then you'll understand the point Probst is probably making (I will read the link at some point).