In this volume, author B.A. Gerrish examines Luther’s thoughts on human reason—reason before the Fall, reason after the Fall, and reason as it operates in a believer, the concept of ratio, and much more. Gerrish’s thorough exploration sheds light on Luther’s position regarding both the importance and limitations of human reason.
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- Explores the role of human reason in theology
- Helps explain the mystery of grace within the context of human experience
- Defines the limits of reason before and after the Fall
- Luther’s Attitude Toward Reason
- Luther’s Attitude towards Philosophy
- Luther and Scholasticism
- Luther’s Commentary on Galatians
- The Limits of Reason
- Reason and Law
- Reason and Religion
- Luther against Scholasticism
- Reason and the Task of the Scholar
- Humanism and Scholasticism
About B.A. Gerrish
Michael S. Whiting is John Nuveen Professor Emeritus and professor of historical theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School..