By Athina Lexutt
Martin Luther didn't bequeath to us a procedure of theological notion, yet his sermons, poetry, letters, and essays are all written with particular events in brain. This e-book takes an identical strategy in facing topics.
Twelve issues, unfold over the months of the yr, introduce the reader to Luther’s theology. the chosen readings from the Wittenberg reformer are translated into smooth English and defined in daily language. The passages from his writings were chosen with a watch to the Christian 12 months and its gala's; whilst they describe the character and effects of Luther’s reformational insights.
With the additional benefit of a statement at the chosen Luther texts in addition to at the paintings for every month, this e-book delivers to be not just a valuable and interesting spouse for the adventure in the course of the church 12 months, but in addition a compendium of Luther’s theology.
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