Martin Luther's Basic Theological Writings / Edition 2

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The best one-volume reader of Martin Luther's writings, this volume has become the gold standard for use in seminary and college environments. It not only offers all of Luther's most influential, noted, and important writings in the modern translations from the American Edition of Luther's Works. It also offers excerpts of sermons and letters that shed direct light on Luther's own religious and theological development.This new edition adds several other texts that teachers have identified and, on the CD-ROM, includes a biography of Luther, a historical timeline, links to Reformation-era graphics, links to biographies and pictures of key Reformation figures, and a glossary of key theological terms. Timothy F. Lull was President of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, and Professor of Systematic Theology at PLTS and in the Graduate Theological Union. NEW PROCLAMATION: YEAR A, 2005: EASTER THROUGH PENTECOST
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780800636807
  • Publisher: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers
  • Publication date: 12/28/2004
  • Edition description: 2ND BK&CDR
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 520
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Chronological list of Luther's writings in this volume
Foreword
Preface to the first edition
Preface to the second edition
Introduction : Luther's challenge to theology today
1 Autobiographical fragments : letters, fragments, and Luther's will 2
2 Luther the confessional theologian : a practical way to pray (1535) 12
3 Luther the exegetical theologian : lectures on Galatians (1535) 18
4 Luther the controversialist : on the Jews and their lies (1543) 25
5 Disputation against scholastic theology (1517) 34
6 The ninety-five theses (1517) 40
7 Heidelberg disputation (1518) 47
8 Confession concerning Christ's supper - part III (1528) 62
9 Preface to the Wittenberg edition of Luther's German writings (1539) 70
10 "Concerning the letter and the spirit" from answer to the hyperchristian, hyperspiritual, and hyperlearned book by Goat Emser in Leipzig (1521) 76
11 A brief instruction on what to look for and expect in the Gospels (1521) 93
12 Preface to the epistle of St. Paul to the Romans (1522, revised 1546) 98
13 Preface to the New Testament (1522, revised 1546) 108
14 Preface to the Old Testament (1523, revised 1545) 113
15 How Christians should regard Moses (1525) 124
16 Two kinds of righteousness (1519) 134
17 A sermon on the three kinds of good life for the instruction of consciences (1521) 141
18 The estate of marriage (1522) 147
19 The bondage of the will - introduction, part VI, and conclusion (1525) 165
20 Sermon on the afternoon of Christmas day (1530) 197
21 Against the antinomians (1539) 202
22 The Babylonian captivity of the church - part I (1520) 210
23 Concerning rebaptism (1528) 239
24 Confession concerning Christ's supper - from part I (1528) 259
25 The Marburg Colloquy (1529) 277
26 Eight sermons at Wittenberg (1522) 282
27 Concerning the order of public worship (1523) 300
28 An order of mass and communion for the church at Wittenberg (1523) 303
29 The small catechism (1529) 317
30 The Smalcald articles (1537) 337
31 On the councils and the church - part III (1539) 362
32 The freedom of a Christian (1520) 386
33 A sermon on the estate of marriage (1519) 412
34 A sermon on preparing to die (1519) 418
35 Temporal authority : to what extent it should be obeyed (1523) 429
36 To the councilmen of all cities in Germany that they establish and maintain Christian schools (1524) 460
37 Whether one may flee from a deadly plague (1527) 479
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