Martin Luther, Volume 3 Paperback

The Preservation of the Church, 1532–1546

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Martin Luther, Volume 3

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The third volume of Brecht's magnificent biography describes the final fourteen years of Luther's life, beginning with the accession of Elector John Frederick in 1532. The period is often treated briefly because some Reformation developments continued without him, his Catholic opponents paid only partial attention to him, his personality displayed great tensions, and his judgment, errors. Yet the preservation of the church—those confessing the Reformation gospel being identical, according to Luther, with the true church—dominated Luther's concerns.

A work of immense and engaging scholarship, gracefully translated by James Schaaf, this volume offers comprehensive and original interpretations of Luther's private life, his congregation and the church in Saxony, his professorial lectures and theological controversies, Bible translation, Luther and the council of Trent, and his later writings about the Jews and Turks. With 34 illustrations.

Martin Luther, Volume 3 by Brecht was published by Augsburg Fortress Publishers in August 1999 and is our 40553rd best seller. The ISBN for Martin Luther, Volume 3 is 9780800628154.

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Details for Martin Luther, Volume 3

Page last updated 19th December 2015
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherAugsburg Fortress Publishers (August 1999)
EditionNew edition
Number of Pages578
Thickness34 mm
Height229 mm
Width159 mm
Product Code116677
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