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The Ethics of Martin Luther

Author: 
Paul Althaus (Author) Robert C. Schultz (Translator)
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Description

This comprehensive, systematic survey of Luther's ethical thought and teaching clearly discusses all the major ethical issues that concerned Luther. Contemporary readers will be especially interested in what the Reformer has to say about the Christian's attitude toward secular society, toward the state, and toward war. The Ethics of Martin Luther offers scholars and nonspecialists alike a much-needed explanation of Luther's ideas.
ISBN: 
9780800617097
Price: 
$23.00
Release date: 
January 1, 1972
Pages: 
194
Width: 
5.50
Height: 
8.50

Endorsements

"A first-rate translation.... The book's hallmarks are at its consistent clarity of presentation and the richness of direct citation from Luther's works."
— David W. Lotz, Church History

"The best single volume in English to provide a summary, in systematic fashion, of the theological ethics of Martin Luther...."
— Journal of Ecumenical Studies