This study offers a fresh examination of the most significant of Luther's comments on the nature and use of Scripture, locating each in its literary and historical context.It explores a series of connections in Luther's thoughts, analysing his ...
scattered statements in terms of four categories reflected in his own terminology: inspiration, unity, clarity and sufficiency. In particular, it seeks to identify those elements which enable Luther to move with confidence between his statements about the authority of Scripture and his interpretative method.
Number of pages: 336
Date of publication: 2004-xx-xx
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