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An upper-level introduction to the German Reformer Martin Luther, who by his thought and action started the Reformation movement.
About the Author
David M. Whitford is Professor of the History of Christianity at United Theological Seminary, Ohio, USA
Table of Contents
I. Introduction to Luther's Life and Times:
Chapter 1: Luther's Late Medieval Context
Chapter 2: Luther's Life
II. Luther's Theology for the Perplexed
Chapter 3: Justification by Faith: The Three Solas
Chapter 4: Law and Gospel
Chapter 5: The Bondage of the Will: Debating Erasmus
Chapter 6: Sacraments
Chapter 7: The Church
Chapter 8: Apocalypticism and the Antichrist
III. Luther's Social and Political Engagements
Chapter 9: The Peasants' War
Chapter 10: Soldiers, War, and the Turks
Chapter 11: Politics, Authority, and Just Resistance
Chapter 12: The Late Luther: On the Jews and other Controversial Writings