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Encounters with Luther

New Directions for Critical Studies

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ISBN-13: 9780664262167
Published: 24/08/2016
Product description
Encounters with Luther offers in one volume original primary research from an international and ecumenical pool of scholars. It examines Luther and Lutheran theological traditions along with their historical foundations and with a focus on relevant contemporary issues and ecumenical collegiality. Topics range from sacraments and marriage to violence and gender and sexuality to spiritual care, politics, and suffering. Chapters are based on the annual Luther Colloquy proceedings at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. The articles represent a diverse range of authors and methodologies that reward readers with relevant and genuinely contemporary and practical applications of Luther's thought. Contributors: B. A. Gerrish, Mary Jane Haemig, Douglass John Hall, Stanley Hauerwas, Kurt K. Hendel, Hans J. Hillerbrand, Eero Huovinen, Denis R. Janz, Peter D. S. Krey, Volker Leppin, Carter Lindberg, Anna Madsen, Mickey L. Mattox, Surekha Nelavala, Brooks Schramm, Kirsi I. Stjerna, Deanna A. Thompson, Vitor Westhelle, and John Witte Jr.
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Kirsi I. Stjerna, Brooks Schramm

Kirsi I. Stjerna is First Lutheran, Los Angeles/Southwest California Synod Professor of Lutheran History and Theology at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary and is Docent in the Theological Faculty at the University of Helsinki. She is an internationally recognized scholar of the Reformation and Luther. Among her many writings are Martin Luther, the Bible, and the Jewish People, with Brooks Schramm, and Women and the Reformation. Brooks Schramm is Kraft Professor of Biblical Studies at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg and Editor of the Seminary Ridge Review. He is the author of Martin Luther, the Bible, and the Jewish People, with Kirsi I. Stjerna, and The Opponents of Third Isaiah: Reconstructing the Cultic History of the Restoration.

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Thu 29 Jun 2017 @ 14:49

RT @NyashaJuniorPractical Theology for Black Churches: Bridging Black Theo & AfAm Folk Religion x Dale Andrews… https://t.co/8bgZUrxLQU