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eBook Luther's Works, Volume 10: Lectures on the Psalms I (I-75) ePub

by Martin Luther,Hilton C. Oswald,Herbert J. A. Bouman

  • ISBN: 0570064104
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Martin Luther,Hilton C. Oswald,Herbert J. A. Bouman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Concordia Publishing House (June 1, 1974)
  • Pages: 484
  • ePub book: 1312 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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Luther's Works Lectures on the Psalms I/Chapters 1-75 (Luther's Works). My journey through Luther's works continued

Luther's Works Lectures on the Psalms I/Chapters 1-75 (Luther's Works). My journey through Luther's works continued. Many of my colleagues as well as in books I have read, have highly praised Luther's look at the Psalms - so maybe I ventured into this volume with too much expectation? The next is also on Psalms, so maybe some of my views might change in several weeks once I've completed that. Anyway, I think it should be emphasised that though this is the 10th Volume, it is also some of Luther's earliest work, So one should not expected his theology to be My journey through Luther's works continued.

On October 22, 1512, the faculty of the still newborn University of Wittenberg welcomed an ominous new colleague to its body. Luther quickly advanced in honor and prestige.

Luther’s works, vol. 12. Selected Psalms I, ed. Jaroslav Pelikan. Philadelphia: Fortress Press. Luther’s works, vol. 21. Lectures on the Sermon on the Mount and Magnificat, ed. 10. First lectures on the Psalms 1–75, ed. 31. Career of the reformer I, ed. Helmut T. Lehmann.

The theology of Martin Luther was instrumental in influencing the Protestant Reformation, specifically topics dealing with Justification by Faith, the relationship between the Law and the Gospel (also an instrumental component of Reformed theology),.

The theology of Martin Luther was instrumental in influencing the Protestant Reformation, specifically topics dealing with Justification by Faith, the relationship between the Law and the Gospel (also an instrumental component of Reformed theology), and various other theological ideas. Although Luther never wrote a "systematic theology" or a "summa" in the style of St. Thomas Aquinas, many of his ideas were systematized in the Lutheran Confessions.

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Volume 61 Issue 1. Luther's Theology of the Cross. 2 Walther von Loewenich, Luther's theology of the cross, trans. Herbert J. A. Bouman, Minneapolis 1976; Philip S. Watson, Let God be God!

Volume 61 Issue 1. The Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Watson, Let God be God! An interpretation of the theology of Martin Luther, Philadelphia 1947; Hans Joachim Iwand, ‘Theologia crucis’, in Nachgelassene Werke, ii, Munich 1966, 381–98; Jürgen Moltmann, Der gekreuzigte Gott, das Kreuz Christi als Grund und Kritik christlicher Theologie, Munich 1972; Dennis Ngien, The suffering of God according to Martin Luther's ‘theologia crucis’, New York 1995; Gerhard O. Forde, On being a theologian of.

Luther's Works: The American Edition, published by Concordia and Fortress Press between 1955 and 1986, comprises fifty-five volumes. These are a selection representing only about a third of Luther's works in the Latin and German of the standard Weimar Edition, not including the German Bible. On October 22, 1512, the faculty of the still newborn University of Wittenberg welcomed an ominous new colleague to its body. Martin Luther was taken under the wing of none other than the vicar general of the German Augustinian order: Johann von Staupitz. Luther quickly advanced in honor and prestige. Once settled down and committed to university life, Luther took up his new lifework with enthusiasm. Before a year had passed, the Chronicle of Johann Oldecorp recorded: ''At this same time [1513] M. Luther began to lecture on the Psalter of David. He was very busy with this and had many hearers.'' The lectures were indeed given in the traditional fashion, but there was something new in them nevertheless, something that was talked about then and that drew ''many hearers.'' Even the modern reader of Luther s notes for these lectures can hardly escape noticing that the message, compared with that of other contemporary lectures, reveals greater individual involvement in the message being expounded. The prime emphasis is constantly on Christ as the center of the whole Psalter. The lecturer is dealing not with idle academic definitions but with the issues of life and salvation that affect the speaker and hearer directly and personally. This is where Luther's theology begins, and so these First Lectures on the Psalms (1-75) are often called initia theologiae Lutheri.

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Tejar Tejar
I believe that Luther's devotion, "Fourteen Consolations," is one of the best writings in all of the Christian Church. It is so profound and comforting that I'm not able to put it into words. All I can say is I highly recommend you buy this volume just to have this one writing, even though all seven are excellent to outstanding. Since the titles of each devotion in Volume 42 don't appear to be available to the Amazon shopper, I'll list them: 1) A Meditation on Christ's Passion, 2) An Exposition of the Lord's Prayer for Simple Laymen, 3) On Rogationtide Prayer and Procession, 4) A Sermon on Preparing to Die, 5) Fourteen Consolations, 6) Sermon on the Worthy Reception of the Sacrament, and 7) Comfort When Facing Grave Temptations.
Doomwarden Doomwarden
You do get what you pay for. I also purchased The Table Talk of Martin Luther by Thomas Kepler. It is so much more complete, well organized and makes me sorry I bought this one. This has no index, is all run together and is not enjoyable to read.
Ionzar Ionzar
This is an amazing little book with big and relevant beliefs for today, from the man that started the Protestant reformation. Written by Luthers friends, and containing Martin's uncensored beliefs about the anti-Christ. This is a must read for every person professing to be a Protestant. A must read for every Christian!
Braswyn Braswyn
This is an index to the ENGLISHED WORKS of Luther, based on the DEUTSCH critical edition; I got it with a view toward doing a (statistical-linguistic-) goodness-of-fit text with Scriptural citations, to ascertain WHICH TYPE of text Luther liked to quote/mention. I got this Index at a good price, but there may-be (only may-be) a slight problem finding which particular works in DEUTSCH relate to the ENGLISHED citation-places. But for its type, this work is PERFECT IN ITS OWN PERFECTION. However, no Lutheran theo school is close here (Louisville KY) and I suppose my pauper's budget would overtax buying the entire Fortress Edition. For others, I CAN report-- if IHR DEUTSCH IS GUT-- PDFs of vitually all of Luther is available free from a German U online! Consider this before buying all of Luther or the Index in English!
Geny Geny
I wish I could throw back a few schooners of fine German ale with Luther and hear his table talk in person. What outstanding theological insights from the legendary reformer and central figure of protestantism!
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To get a different perspective from Kaiser on Ecclesiastes, i decided to read Luther's Works on it. Truthfully, it was a much different perspective but had great thought and insight into the text. I haven't completed the Song of Solomon, but the comparison to Hudson Taylor's work on it should be interesting as well. I think it is necessary to learn from teachers whose personal lives lived out their faith, and it is a moot point with Luther that he did. Furthermore, it shows in how he presents the material. The Kindle edition has a table of contents that makes it easier to use.
Venemarr Venemarr
This book has 85 pages and the real book has over 200 pages. There is no table of contents in this book. The cover picture is the best feature of this gutted book.
The book is just a delight to have on my desk and read the daily evening discussions of Luther and his friends and students. I have seen other volumes and online PDFs, or EPub version, but I highly recommend the printed version as your notes, your thoughts and your growth are going to be recorded in the margins. You will be thrilled with the investment and it is a book that is a legacy to the next generation.