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The Structure of Lutheranism

, 1962



In this classic reissue of the English translation of Morphologie des Luthertums, German theologian Werner Elert (1885–1954) looks at the writings of Martin Luther, investigating Luther’s spatial concept of heaven, his definition of “the right hand of God” and “catholicity,” the reformer’s thoughts on math, science, philosophy, and theology, and more.

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  • Foreword by Jaroslav Pelikan
  • Preface by the translator
  • Bibliographical references
  • Title: The Structure of Lutheranism
  • Author: Werner Elert
  • Translator: Walter A. Hansen
  • Publisher: Concordia
  • Publication Date: 1962
  • Pages: 520

Werner August Friedrich Immanuel Elert (August 19, 1885—November 19, 1954) was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of both church history and systematic theology at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. His writings in the fields of Christian dogmatics, ethics, and history have had great influence on modern Christianity in general and modern Lutheranism in particular.


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