This volume contains selections from Martin Luther's most evocative writings, freshly translated for the 21st century. This book provides entry points for specialists and non-specialists alike into the thought and life of the epoch-defining, fascinating and controversial Martin Luther. With attention to the breadth of his literary output, it draws from his letters, sermons, popular writings and formal theological works. These writings possess a practical, accessible arc, as Luther does not write only for specialists and church officials but he applies his chief insights to the 'real life' issues that faced his wide variety of audiences.
The Ninety-Five Theses and Other Writings by Martin Luther