Luther's Works [LW], Volume 42: Devotional Writings I   -     By: Martin Luther
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Luther's Works [LW], Volume 42: Devotional Writings I

Fortress Press / 1969 / Hardcover

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The seven pastoral writings presented in this volume are notable for their lack of polemis. Although his very life was literally at stake, Luther does not allude to his own situation, but subdues himself to the message with which he was entrusted and to which he was committed. While still employing the terminology and imagery of the system he rejected, Luther does this without compromising the gospel. Therein lies the particular uniqueness of this first volume of Luther's Devotional Writings.

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Format: Hardcover
Vendor: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 1969
Dimensions: 6 1/4 X 9 1/4 (inches)
ISBN: 0800603427
ISBN-13: 9780800603427
Series: Luther's Works

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The seven pastoral writings presented in this volume are notable for their lack of polemic. Although his very life was literally at stake, Luther does not allude to his own situation, but subdues himself to the message with which he was committed.

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