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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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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 ...more
Paperback, 333 pages
Published December 1st 1969 by Paternoster Publishing
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