Luther's Works, Volume 54: Table Talk (Luther's Works
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Luther's Works, Volume 54: Table Talk (Luther's Works (Luther's Works #54)

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The conversations selected for this volume of Luther's Works have been carefully chosen from among more than seven thousand entries of the Weimar Edition with two aims in veiw: historical perspective and contemporary relevance. The annotations are precise and are related directly to the material at hand.
Hardcover, 516 pages
Published June 1st 1967 by Fortress Press
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Douglas Wilson
Luther is a hoot. Outrageous, dogmatic, screwy, shrewd, bombastic, and the real thing. What a Christian that man was.
Walter Snyder
Candid comments from a man who changed Christianity—and the world—forever.
Wyatt Houtz
Some quotations sound legendary. Very entertaining.
Andre Rook
So much fun. Perhaps too much.
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Martin Luther was a German monk, theologian, university professor and church reformer whose ideas inspired the Protestant Reformation and changed the course of Western civilization.

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