Lutheran Comparative Religious Studies (3 vols.)
Pickwick Publications, Wipf & Stock 2008–2012
This collection offers up-to-date scholarship on current issues in comparative religious studies. With these volumes, you can enter into a dialogue between Martin Luther and Catholic theology, learn about the experiences of Lutheran missionaries serving in the Middle East, and compare Luther’s and Mahayana Buddhism’s aesthetics of suffering. Scholars of world religions and Lutheran theology, as well as those interested in joining these discussions will find this collection a valuable addition to their Logos library.
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- Three comparative religious studies
- Recent works introducing dialogues between Lutheran theology and Catholicism, Islam, and Buddhism
- Practical applications to current issues
- Piety, Politics, and Power: Lutherans Encountering Islam in the Middle East by David D. Grafton
- Justification and Merit: Luther vs. Catholicism by Hans Heinz
- Martin Luther and Buddhism: Aesthetics of Suffering, Second Edition by Paul S. Chung
- Title: Lutheran Comparative Religious Studies
- Author: David D. Grafton, Hans Heinz, and Paul S. Chung
- Publisher: Wipf & Stock
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 1,256