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Luther's Large catechism : a contemporary translation with study questions (edition 1978)

by Martin Luther, F. Samuel Janzow

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In the Large Catechism Luther set out to inculcate the centrality of the Gospel. Whether Luther is dealing with the Ten Commandments or the Lord's Supper, the dynamic of the Word of God as Gospel provides the cutting edge for what he says. The Large Catechism is a primary source for an understanding of the Christian ethos in action in Reformation Christianity.… (more)
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Title:Luther's Large catechism : a contemporary translation with study questions
Authors:Martin Luther
Other authors:F. Samuel Janzow
Info:St. Louis : Concordia Pub. House, [1988], c1978.
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By 1529, the year of publication of Luther's Large Catechism, parishioners took the Gospel for granted. Many had forgotten at what great peril the freedom of their faith had been won. In the large Catechism Luther set out to inculcate the centrality of the gospel that was largely neglected and whose freedom was frequently abused.
  OCMCCP | Jan 9, 2018 |
This is an excellent primer for all Christians on the basic supplements to Christian thought and practice. Found within are commentaries to the ten commandments, the apostles' creed, and the sacrements of Baptism and Eucharist. I've read all sorts of adult catechism material but somehow missed this one. I'd love to see an updated version, i.e. Eugene Peterson reworks Luther's Large Catechism. ( )
  revslick | Feb 25, 2013 |
MARTIN LUTHER WRITES HIS TEACHINGS SPREADS THE NEWS ( )
  OSLCLibrary | Jan 13, 2007 |
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