A collection of thirteen essays first published in Lutheran Quarterly, this little book quite literally harvests Martin Luther's reflections on a variety of topics-Luther on greed and poverty, on spirituality and worship, on baptism and righteousness. The result is an often enlightening collection of essays that would serve as a useful introduction to Luther's thought from angles not often considered.
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Issue: "Peace on Earth" Nov./Dec. 2004 Vol. 13 No. 6 Page number(s): 41-42
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