Luther and the Hungry Poor: Gathered Fragments
Fortress Press, 2008 - Religion - 177 pages
This reconstruction of Luther's and the early Reformation church's response to the poor gathers fragments from across Luther's early writings. The book uncovers a striking counter-image to the usual portrait of a quietist orientation, finding that Luther had a deep concern for the hungry poor.
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The implications of justifications by graceUser Review - Anonymous - Borders
Professor Samuel Torvend masterfully connects Martin Luther’s justification by grace theology with the piercing social implications it brings. This book uncovers how Martin Luther responded to the ... Read full review