For generations of evangelicals lacking good catechesis, Martin Luther is often seen as a primitive, unsophisticated, or backwards reformer. Into this negative environment, Dr. Todd Hains is bringing forth the richness of Luther’s thought and Lutheranism’s tradition. There is so much more than just justification by faith. Alastair and Matt discuss with Dr. Hains his latest book, and they get at the central question: What does it mean to interpret Scripture with Scripture?
Lexham Press Book of the Month
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Martin Luther and the Rule of Faith: Reading God’s Word for God’s People, by Todd Hains
“What’s Up with Lutherans?” by Kevin DeYoung
The 1520 Tracts by Luther [affiliate link]
ANE = Ancient Near East
TEDS = Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
The Apostles’ Creed: For All God’s Children (A FatCat Book), by Benjamin Myers
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