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Title The Oxford handbook of Martin Luther's theology / edited by Robert Kolb, Irene Dingel and L'ubomír Batka
Edition First edition
Published Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 662 pages :) : map
Series Oxford handbooks
Oxford handbooks.
Contents Introduction / L̕'ubomír Batka, Irene Dingel, and Robert Kolb -- Luther's life / Charlotte Methuen -- Luther as late medieval theologian: his positive and negative use of nominalism and realism / Theodor Dieter -- Luther's roots in monastic-mystical piety / Volker Leppin -- Luther and medieval reform movements, particularly the Hussites / Martin Wernisch -- Luther's absorption of medieval biblical interpretation and his use of the Church Fathers / Erik Herrmann -- Humanism, Luther, and the Wittenberg Reformation / Robert Rosin -- Luther's transformation of medieval thought: discontinuity and continuity / Gerhard Müller -- Luther's transformation of medieval thought: continuity and discontinuity / Volker Leppin -- Luther on God and history / Mark Thompson -- Luther's use of language / Johannes von Lüpke -- Luther's Theologia crucis / Vítor Westhelle -- Luther's hermeneutics of distinctions: law and gospel, two kinds of righteousness, two realms, freedom and bondage / Robert Kolb -- Luther's doctrine of God / Steven Paulson -- Luther's theology of creation / Johannes Schwanke -- Luther's anthropology / Notger Slenczka -- Luther's teaching on sin and evil / L̕ ubomír Batka -- Justification by faith: the view of the Mannernaa school / Risto Saarinen -- Luther on justification as forensic and effective / Mark Mattes -- Luther on Christ's person and work / Matthieu Arnold -- Luther on the Holy Spirit and his use of God's word / Jeffrey G. Silcock -- Luther on baptism and penance / Jonathan Trigg -- Luther and the Lord's Supper / Gordon A. Jensen -- Luther on the church / David P. Daniel -- Luther's eschatology / Jane E. Strohl -- The framework for Christian living: Luther on the Christian's callings / Jane E. Strohl -- Luther on marriage, sexuality, and the family / Jane E. Strohl -- Luther's treatment of economic life / Ricardo Rieth -- Luther's treatment of political and societal life / Eike Wolgast -- Piety, prayer, and worship in Luther's view of daily life / Carter Lindberg -- Luther's views of the Jews and Turks / Gregory Miller -- Luther as a resource for Christian dialogue with other world religions / J. Paul Rajashekar -- The influence of the genres of exegetical instruction, preaching, and catechesis on Luther / Mary Jane Haemig -- How Luther's engagement in pastoral care shaped his theology / Ronald K. Rittgers -- Luther's thought assumed form in polemics / Anna Vind -- Luther's thought took shape in translation of scripture and hymns / Christoph Burger -- The Wittenberg circle / Timothy J. Wengert -- Luther's Roman Catholic critics / Heribert Smolinksy -- Luther and the Schwärmer / Amy Nelson Burnett -- Luther's authority in the late Reformation and Protestant orthodoxy / Irene Dingel -- The use of Luther's thought in pietism and the Enlightenment / Paul R. Hinlicky -- The use of Luther's thought in the nineteenth century and the Luther renaissance / Heinrich Assel -- Marxist evaluations of Luther's thought / Thomas A. Brady, Jr. -- Roman Catholic Luther research in the twentieth century: from rejection to rehabilitation / Theo M.M.A.C. Bell -- Luther's abiding significance for world Protestantism / Kenneth G. Appold -- Luther and Asia / Pilgrim W.K. Lo -- Luther in Africa / Tom Joseph Omolo -- Luther studies in Latin America / Nestor Luiz João Beck -- Conclusion: Venturing into the study of Luther / L̕ ubomír Batka, Irene Dingel, and Robert Kolb
Summary A brief biographical overview precedes the six sections of this Handbook, designed to give introductions to Luther's thought, its development, and its historical and continuing impact. Presented with a variety of approaches and methods, each of the forty-seven essays gives a summary of its topic, a review of previous studies on the topic, and suggestions for areas of future research
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. MiAaHDL
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Subject Luther, Martin, 1483-1546 -- Theology.
Genre/Form Aufsatzsammlung
Handboeken (vorm)
Form Electronic book
Author Batka, Ľubomír, 1974- editor
Dingel, Irene, 1956- editor
Kolb, Robert, 1941- editor
ISBN 019175661X (electronic bk.)
9780191756610 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Martin Luther's theology