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Release date: 
September 1, 2015

Long overshadowed by Luther and Calvin, Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560) is nevertheless one of the most important figures in the Protestant Reformation. Reformer, humanist, theologian, philosopher, ecumenist, and teacher of pastors--Melanchthon had a profound effect on the sweep of Western church history.

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September 1, 2015

Volume 2 of The Annotated Luther series contains a number of the writings categorized under the theme Word and Faith. Luther was particularly focused on what the word "does" in order to create and sustain faith.

Hans Schwarz (Author)
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August 1, 2015

True Faith in the True God meets the deep need for a clear and concise introduction to the life and teachings of the great church reformer, Martin Luther.

Timothy F. Lull (Author) Derek R. Nelson (Author)
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July 1, 2015

In this telling, Luther is an energetic, resilient actor, driven by very human strengths and failings, always wishing to do right by his understanding of God and the witness of the Scriptures.

Kurt K. Hendel (Author)
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June 1, 2015

In this landmark set, an extensive collection of writings from Johannes Bugenhagen, Luther's pastor, friend, and colleague in reform, are presented for the first time in English. The vast majority of these works have only been available in their original, sixteenth-century editions.

David J. Luy (Author)
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December 1, 2014

This work creates the conditions necessary for an alternative appropriation of Luther's Christological legacy. By re-specifying certain key aspects of Luther's Christological commitments, Luy provides a careful reassessment of how Luther?s theology can make a contribution within ongoing attempts to adequately conceptualize divine immanence.

Oliver D. Crisp (Author)
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September 1, 2014

Deviant Calvinism This book contributes to theological retrieval within the Reformed theology, and establishes a wider path to thinking Calvinism differently. It seeks to show that the Reformed tradition is much broader and more variegated than is often thought.