Luther's Theology of the Cross
Luther's Theology of the Cross   -     By: Alister McGrath
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This book presents the most detailed examination in English to date of Luther's theological breakthrough, together with a wealth of information concerning the theological development of the young Luther in its late-medieval context. Widely regarded as one of the most important works on Luther published in years.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Wiley-Blackwell
Publication Date: 1989
ISBN: 0631175490
ISBN-13: 9780631175490

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This book presents the most detailed examination in English to date of Luther's theological breakthrough, together with a wealth of information concerning the theological development of the young Luther in its late medieval context.

Author Bio

Alister E. McGrath is Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and Professor of Historical Theology at Oxford University.

Editorial Reviews

"McGrath has made a major contribution to this problem of Luther studies by his learned, lucid and informative book." Journal of Theological Studies.

"It is refreshing to turn to Alister McGrath's study, Luther's Theology of the Cross, and to see how a work which is uncompromisingly theological in its focus can be rigorously historical throughout ... a work of impressive scholarship distinguished at the same time by a clarity of expression all too rare in books of this kind ... McGrath's magisterial study ... brings the most traditional of themes into fresh historical focus." Journal of Ecclesiastical History.

"A study of the first rank." Choice.

"Is a major study of Luther's theology, and ought to be consulted by everyone teaching the Reformation, and by Luther scholars in particular. An impressive achievement at the level of theological sophistication that has established McGrath as one of the pre-eminent Luther scolars. Its arguments are very tight and it displays a complete mastery of Luther scholarship." Journal of Religious History.

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