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Martin Luther’s Life, 1526–1546  

Mickey L. Mattox

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Mar 2017
Luther’s life in the years after 1525 was relatively placid in comparison to the turbulence he experienced between the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses and his marriage to Katharina von ... More

Martin Luther’s Pastoral Writings  

Ronald K. Rittgers

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Mar 2017
Luther was first and foremost a pastor who was deeply concerned with the care of souls. While the study of his controversial writings provides important insight into various aspects of his ... More

Martin Luther’s Perspective on Political Life  

Ralph Keen

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Mar 2017
Luther’s position on the duties of rulers to preserve social order and on the obligation of subjects to obey them for the sake of civil tranquility is scripturally grounded, principally in ... More

Martin Luther's Practice of Old Testament Commentary  

John A. Maxfield

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Mar 2017
Scholarly analysis of biblical interpretation and commentary in the history of Christianity has become an important subfield in history as well as biblical studies and theology. From the ... More

Martin Luther’s Protestant Opponents  

William R. Russell

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Mar 2017
A variety of dissident movements within the church appeared and disappeared throughout the medieval period. Each sought to reform the church along various millenarian, moralistic, ... More

Martin Luther’s Reformatory Discovery  

Dietrich Korsch

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Mar 2017
In the debate on Luther’s Reformatory Discovery two elements come together: the systematic question of how to determine the essential content of reformatory theology, that is, the core of ... More

Martin Luther’s Reform of Worship  

Dirk G. Lange

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Mar 2017
Martin Luther’s reform of worship centers on gospel proclamation in its various manifestations. Gospel-centered worship necessarily de-centers the individual in his or her own quest for ... More

Martin Luther’s Sacramental Theology  

Gordon A. Jensen

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Dec 2016
Martin Luther’s emphasis on the sacraments as a visible, tactile means by which the justifying action of God is conveyed to the believer brings the pastoral heart of the Reformation into ... More

Martin Luther’s Sermons and Postils  

John M. Frymire

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Mar 2017
For Martin Luther the sermon was not simply an exercise in which a preacher expounded on the biblical text, taught moral lessons, and reprimanded listeners for their shortcomings. The ... More

Martin Luther’s Teaching and Practice of Charity and Social Ethics  

Samuel Torvend

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Mar 2017
Luther not only wrote about charity and social ethics throughout much of his life; he also experienced the conditions that were the object of Christian generosity and ethical reflection. ... More

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