SUPPLEMENT SERIES VOLUME 2
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Martin Luther, Theologian of the Church:
Collected Essays of George W. Forell
Edited by William R. Russell
This book was designed as a gift to George Forell on the occasion of his seventy-fifth birthday (September 19, 1994). It is clear now, however, that the volume is really a gift from George Forell to us. And what a welcome and important gift it is: a most clear and insightful interpretation of Martin Luther and Lutheran theology for our time.
Part I — On Luther
The Reformation and the Modern World
Faith Active in Love
Justification and Eschatology in Luther's Thought
Luther and Christian Liberty
Luther and Conscience
Luther's Conception of "Natural Orders"
The Political Use of the Law
Luther's Theology and Foreign Policy
Luther's Theology and Domestic Politics
Luther and the War against the Turks
Luther's View concerning the Imperial Foreign Policy
Part II — On Church and Theology
The Future of Theology in the Church
A Neglected Aspect of St. Paul's Doctrine of the Church
Eucharistic Presence as the Key to Theological Understanding
The Formula of Concord and the Teaching Ministry
The Place of Theology in the Church
Law and Gospel
Justification and Justice
Christ and Culture: Reflections and Questions
The Significance of Being Human: A Lutheran Perspective
Make Church Politics Ethical!
How to Speak about God in a Pluralistic World
Reason, Relevance, and a Radical Gospel: Hartford and the Future of Protestant Thought
The Importance of Law for Christian Sexual Ethics
Why Recall Luther Today?