I struggled a little with this volume as it contains Luther’s works concerning the Peasant War - and whilst I do think Luther is overwhelmed by this incident and how his words were used, looking back from the 21st Century it is hard to agree with many of his conclusions about the Peasants. Of course it is informative and often overlooked is his rebuke of the overly harsh treatment of the peasants, which is also included here.
Interesting is his look at being a Christian and being in a Soldier - which is of course still quite relevant. So is his examination on the War with the Turks.
There are also two very good articles on Keeping Children in School and On Marriage Matters, that do make this a good read.
Now on to Vol 47!