Luther's Works Word and Sacrament IV

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Fortress Press, Jun 1, 1971 - Religion - 372 pages
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The final volume in the section entitled" Word and Sacrament" of Luther's Works traces the development of Luther's concept of the Lord's Supper from the time of the Marburg Colloquy in 1529 down to 1544, two years before his death.

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What can one say about the incomparable Martin Luther? This book is amazingly ey-opening to scripture. Extremely insightful. An explanation of the very scripture which started the Protestant movement. Great book. I love it and I reread it often. Read full review

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As could be expected, this is the second volume in an expansive series of Martin Luther's works translated into English. The first eight volumes consist of his lengthy commentary on the Book of ... Read full review


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Luther revolutionized his country's faith in the purity of God's Word. His teaching sspiritually transformed Europe and the world.

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