The Select Studies in Martin Luther’s Life and Influence (29 vols.) features a host of perspectives on the extraordinary life and works of Martin Luther. One of the most significant individuals in Western history and a key figure in the Protestant Reformation, Luther has been both praised and vilified for what he preached and wrote. This collection offers essential texts such as Gustaf Wingren’s classic, Luther on Vocation, and provides fresh insight on many aspects of Luther’s life and theology. Explore his doctrine of the church, notion of Christian liberty, views on worship, and beliefs about the Sacrament of Communion. Discover new research on his mother’s influence in his life and see the significance of his devotional writings in a new light. Learn about his transition from medieval Catholicism, read a selection of Luther’s political writings, and immerse yourself in studies on Luther’s thought in relation to historicism, German cultural revolution, and the English Reformation. Covering a rich variety of subjects within Lutheran studies, this collection enables you to deepen your understanding of Luther and his legacy.
Interested in more? You can shop these two separate collections with isolated titles, The Select Studies in Martin Luther’s Life Part 1 (15 vols.) and The Select Studies in Martin Luther’s Life Part 2 (14 vols.).
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Philip S. Watson has served as professor of systematic theology at Garrett Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois.