A Sure Ground on Which to Stand: The Relation of Authority and Interpretive Method in Luther's Approach to Scripture
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A Sure Ground on Which to Stand: The Relation of Authority and Interpretive Method in Luther's Approach to Scripture

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Martin Luther's importance in the history of the doctrine of Scripture is universally acknowledged. However, many modern studies of this aspect of Luther's thought are colored by attempts to acquire him for one side or other of the contemporary theological debate. Luther has been variously painted as a fundamentalist, the forerunner of biblical criticism, a pragmatist, and

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Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Wipf & Stock Publishers (first published December 1st 1969)
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