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a| 9789004348875 q| hardcover q| alkaline paper
a| 9004348875 q| hardcover q| alkaline paper
a| DLC b| eng e| rda c| DLC d| YDX d| ERASA d| OCLCF d| VA@ d| OCLCQ d| YDX
a| BR334.3 b| .K37 2018
a| 284.1092 2| 23
a| Karant-Nunn, Susan C. e| author.
a| Essays. k| Selections
a| The personal Luther : b| essays on the reformer from a cultural historical perspective / c| by Susan C. Karant-Nunn.
a| Leiden ; a| Boston : b| Brill, c| 
a| xiv, 229 pages ; c| 25 cm.
a| text b| txt 2| rdacontent
a| unmediated b| n 2| rdamedia
a| volume b| nc 2| rdacarrier
a| St. Andrews studies in Reformation history
a| Includes bibliographical references and index.
a| Luther's ego-documents: cultural history and the reconstruction of the historical self -- Luther's conscience: a template for the modern west? -- Luther's friendship with Frederick the Wise -- Luther's relational God, finding a loving heavenly Father -- Fleshly work, the sex act as Christian liberty -- The masculinity of Martin Luther, theory, practicality, and humor -- The tenderness of daughters, the waywardness of sons. Martin Luther as a father -- Martin Luther's heart -- Martin Luther's perfect death -- The imprint of personality upon the Reformation.
a| Overwhelmingly, Martin Luther has been treated as the generator of ideas concerning the relationship between God and humankind. deliberately departs from that church-historiographic tradition. Luther was a voluble and irrepressible divine. Even though he had multiple ancillary interests, such as singing, playing the lute, appreciating the complexities of nature, and observing his children, his preoccupation was, as he quickly saw it, bringing the Word of God to the people. This book, a collection of previously published essays, is not about Luther?s theology except insofar as any ideational construct is itself an expression of the thinker who frames it. Luther frequently couched his affective utterances within a theological framework. Nor is it a biography; it does not portray a whole life. Rather, it concentrates on several heretofore neglected aspects of the Reformer?s existence and personality.
a| Luther, Martin, d| 1483-1546.
a| Luther, Martin, d| 1483-1546 2| fast 0| (OCoLC)fst00040681
i| Online version: a| Karant-Nunn, Susan C., author. t| Personal Luther d| Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017 z| 9789004348882 w| (DLC) 2017041951
a| St. Andrews studies in Reformation history.
a| 347595 b| 20171204 c| 127.00 d| 104.14 f| relyapp g| 1 i| PromptCat YAP x| YAP
a| 40027695109 b| 308011
a| 92 b| PAU