Martin Luther: An Introduction to His Life and Work

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ABBREVIATIONS
AKGArbeiten zur Kirchcngeschichte
ARGArcbiv fur Reformationsgescbicbte
AWAArcbiv zur Weimarer Ausgabe
BCThe Book of Concord: The Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Translated and edited by Theodore G. Tappert. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1959.
BoABonn Edition of Luther’s Works
BrBraunschweig Edition of Luther’s Works
aClemen Edition of Luther’s Works. Edited by Otto Clemen. 8 vols. 1st ed., 1912–33.
CRCorpus reformatorum
EAErlangen Edition of Luther’s Works
FKDGForschungen zur Kirchen- und Dogmengeschichte
HTRHarvard Theological Review
JESJournal of Ecumenical Studies
KLKKatholisches Leben und Kämpfen. Münster, 1927–.
KITKleine Texte für (theologlsche und philologische) Vorlesungen und Übungen. 1902–.
LCClibrary of Christian Classics. 26 vols.
LDLuther deutscb. Edited by Kurt Aland.
LMLutheriscbe Monatsbefte. Hamburg 1962–.
LuJLuther-Jabrbuch
LWLuther’s Works. Edited by Jaroslav Pelikan, Hilton C. Oswald, and Helmut T. Lehmann. Vols. 1–30, St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1955–. Vols. 31–55, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1957–.
AMMunich Edition of Luther’s Works
Mü ErgSupplementary volumes of Munich Edition (7 vols.)
NFNeue Folge
NSNew Series
QFRGQuellen und Forscbungen zur Reformationsgescbichte
RGG3Religion in Geschicbte und Gegenwart 3d ed., 5 vols. Tubingen: J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck). 1957–65.

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Martin Luther: An Introduction to His Life and Work
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xv
  • 1 - Luther's World 1
  • 2 - Questions Related to Luther's Life 19
  • 3 - Luther's Role in The Complicated Controversies Of His Time 40
  • 4 - Luther's Writings 97
  • 5 - Aspects and Problems of Luther's Theology 139
  • 6 - The History of the Interpretamon of Luther 199
  • 7 - Editions, Scholarly Journals, Aids to the Study of Luther 238
  • Abbreviations 244
  • Notes 246
  • Select Bibliography of Works in English 271
  • Index of Names 276
  • Index of Subjects 279
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