The structure of Lutheranism, Volume 1
In this classic reissue, Werner Elert (1885-1954) takes an informed look at the writings of Martin Luther, investigating topics such as Luther's spatial concept of heaven; his definition of "the right hand of God" and "catholicity; " Luther's thoughts on math, science, philosophy, and theology; and more. Explore Luther's writings on the structure of Lutheranism and find objective answers and research on Luther's writings. This title belongs on the shelves of pastors, seminary students, professors, and academia.
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CHAPTER ONE Under the Wrath of
CHAPTER TWO The Gospel
PART TWO Dogma and the Church
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