The Theology of Martin Luther

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INDEX OF NAMES
Abraham, 99, 101, 397, 412
Adam, 101
Alber, Erasmus, 422
Alexander the Great, 438
Althaus, Paul d. A., 334
Ambrose, 144
Ananias and Sapphira, 434
Anselm, 179, 203, 222–223, 302
Aristotle. 4, 10, 143, 156, 376
Arius, 179, 210
Athanasius, 179
Augustine, 121, 143, 133, 160, 183, 194, 199–200, 214, 302, 303, 319, 345, 413, 418, 439
Aulén, Gustaf, 218, 219
Balaam, 432–434
Barth, Karl, 45, 46, 363
Bartmann, Bernhard, 319
Bengel, J. A., 194
Bernard of Clairvaux, 182, 350, 360
Biel, Gabriel, 302
Blumhardt, Christoph Gottlieb, 424
Blumhardt, Johann Christoph, 424
Bornkamm, Heinrich, 86, 94, 96, 102, 342
Büchsel, F., 447, 456
Bring, Ragnar, 219
Brinkel, Karl, 370
Brunner, Peter, 332
Brunotte, W., 323
Buchwald, Georg. 62
Bugenhagen, Johannes, 437, 438
Bultmann, Rudolf, 176, 214
Caiaphas, 438
Calvin, 3, 194, 207, 286, 429, 430, 443, 447
Cicero, 15, 143, 442
Constantine, 418
Cyprian, 319
Daniel, 331, 420
David, 20, 94, 338
Doerne, Martin, 278, 280, 283, 287
Drews, Paul, 320, 332
Duns Scotus, 302
Ebeling, Gerhard, 76, 96
Elert, Werner, 194, 272, 293, 297, 324, 331, 429
Elijah, 343
Epicurus, 406; see Epicureans
Erasmus, 79
Esau, 275
Feuerbach, Ludwig, 45, 46, 147
Gennrich, P. W., 179, 398
Gerhard, John, 319, 431
Gerhardt Paul, 423
Gerson, John, 360
Good Samaritan, 238
Grass, Hans, 375–400
Harnack, Theodosius, 162, 169, 172, 180, 218, 220
Heintze, Gerhard, 251
Herman, Nikolaus, 422
Hermann, Johann, 423
Hermann, Rudolph, 102, 224, 242
Hiller, Phillipp Friedrich, 424
Hirsch, Emanuel, 101, 102, 155, 184, 242, 419
Holl, Karl, 96, 115, 155, 241, 242, 286, 287, 298, 302, 315, 330
Hollaz, 232
Huss, John, 360
Irenaeus, 402
Isaac, 397
Isaiah, 32, 94, 205
Iwand, Hans Joachim, 224, 226
Jacob, 275
Jerome, 155
Job, 101, 167
Joest, Wilfried, 242, 271
John the Baptist, 362, 368
Jonah, 15–17, 86, 173
Judas, 438, 439
Kant, Immanuel, 138, 139
Karlstadt, Andreas, 375, 384
Köhler, Walther, 183
Köstlio, Julius, 317, 415
Kohlmeyer, E., 287
Laromus, 96, 142
Lazarus, 300, 306
Leffler, Siegfried, 442
Leopold, Ulrich S., 122
Liebert, H., 323
Lietzmann, Hans, 443
Löfgrcn, David, 105
Löwenich, Walther von, 25, 182, 183, 277, 455
Lohse, Bernhard, 64
Loofs, Friedrich, 82, 183, 197, 222, 281
Melanchthon, 3, 207, 254, 272, 273
Mohammed, 421
Moses, 25, 252, 261, 311
Müntzer, Thomas, 329, 434
Naaman, 441
Nathan, 338
Noah, 397
Obendieck, H., 162
Oecolampad, 128
Origen, 155
Osiander, 382
Paul, 15, 72, 79, 128, 150, 153, 155, 182, 205, 210, 214, 217, 237, 244, 246, 254257, 275, 277, 278, 285, 293, 302, 306, 328–330, 337–339, 356–359, 384, 385, 400, 413, 415, 420, 429, 445, 456–458
Pauls, T., 295
Pelikan, Jarosiav, 375
Peter, 214, 246, 338
Pharaoh, 40, 114, 275
Pharisee, ISO, 151, 309, 310
Phillipi, Paul, 322
Pinomaa, L., 298
Plato, 10
Pliny, 15
Prenter, Regin, 213
Preuss, Hans, 419, 420
Rhegius, Urbanus, 415
Ritschl, Albrecht, 185, 194, 218, 283
Rufin, 294
Sasse, Hermann, 375, 386, 387, 389, 396, 402
Saul, 434
Scheeben-Atiberger, 301
Schempp, Paul, 73
Schlatter, S., 194, 432, 445
Schleiermacher, Friedrich, 115, 180, 287, 288
Schmaus, Michael, 350
Schweitzer, Albert, 444
Schwenckfeld, Kaspar, 375, 384
Seeberg, Erich. 179, 395
Seeberg, Reinhold, 162, 197, 377, 378, 380
Solomon, 331
Sommerlath, Ernst, 375, 383
Spenlein, George, 307
Stange, Carl, 29
Staupitz, 286, 337
Steigteder. P., 419
Syro-Phoenician woman, 58–60, 183
Thomas Aquinas, 4, 156, 302, 316, 319
Thomas à Kempis. 311
Thomasius, G., 195
Theodore of Mopsuestia, 197
Tiililä, O., 219–222
Torrence, T. F., 418
Tychonius, 418
Vogelsang, Erich, 204
Wackernagel, P., 422
Walter, Johannes von, 180
Walther, Wilhelm, 287
Watson, Philip. 105, 219, 221
Weber, Hans Emil, 417
Wendland, H. D., 443
Wolf. Ernst, 179, 286
Zwingli, Ulrich, 128, 383, 393, 395

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The Theology of Martin Luther
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • From the Preface to the German Edition v
  • Translator's Note ix
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Authority of Scripture and of the Creeds 3
  • 2: The Subject Matter of Theology 9
  • Part One - The Knowledge of God the Word of God and Faith 13
  • 3: The General and the Proper Knowledge of God 15
  • 4: God in Himself and God as He Reveals Himself 20
  • 5: The Theology of the Cross 25
  • 6: The Word of God and the Spirit of God 35
  • 7: Faith 43
  • 8: Reason 64
  • 9: The Holy Scripture 72
  • Part Two - God's Work 103
  • 10: God is God 105
  • 11: God's Will for Men 130
  • 12: Man as a Sinner 141
  • 13: Man Between God and Satan 161
  • 14: Man Under the Wrath of God 169
  • 15: God in Jesus Christ 179
  • 16: The Trinity 199
  • 17: Jesus Christ as the Reconciler and Redeemer 201
  • 18: Righteousness in Faith 224
  • 19: Law and Gospel 251
  • 20: The Freedom of the Gracious God 274
  • 21: The People of God 287
  • 22: The Church as the Community of Saints 294
  • 23: The Office of the Ministry 323
  • 24: The True Church and the Empirical Church 333
  • 25: The Sacrament 345
  • 26: Baptism 353
  • 27: The Lord's Supper 375
  • 28: Eschatology 404
  • Appendixes 427
  • Appendix One - “and Though I Had All Faith” 429
  • Appendix Two - “love and the Certainty of Salvation” 446
  • Indexes 459
  • Index of Names 460
  • Index of Subjects 461
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