The Theology of Martin Luther is a comprehensive and systematic survey of Martin Luther’s entire thought by an internationally recognized authority in the field of Reformation research. The main theological questions which engaged the Reformer’s attention are set forth in clear and simple fashion, along with a host of quotations from this own writings to illumine the presentation. Scholars and laypersons alike will appreciate the more than a thousand instances in which the author allows Luther to speak forcefully and directly for himself.
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- Note by the translator
- Luther’s interpretation of Scripture
- Bibliographical references and index
Praise for the Print Edition
It is likely to remain a standard source book for American theologians for some time to come.
- Title: The Theology of Martin Luther
- Author: Paul Althaus
- Translator: Robert C. Schultz
- Publisher: Augsburg Fortress
- Publication Date: 1966
- Pages: 464
About Paul Althaus
Paul Althaus was a professor of theology at the University of Erlangen in Germany. He authored numerous books and articles, including Fact and Faith in the Kergma of Today and The Divine Command.