The Theology of Luther in Its Historical Development and Inner Harmony, Vol. I & II

By: Kostlin, Julius (Charles E. Hay, translator)

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511 pp + xxii + 614 pp index + xvi. Translated from the 2nd German edition. A very scarce work, it covers the inner life and the doctrine of Luther before the indulgence controversy; the great reformatory testimony of Luther, from the promulgation of the Ninety-Five Theses until the Diet at Worms (1517-1521); principal points in which an advance is manifest in the doctrine of Luther after his retirement at the Wartburg, developed in opposition not only to Catholicism, but particularly to tendencies which appeared upon the territory of the reformation itself; the doctrinal views of Luther presented in systematic order. Dark blue cloth covers are slightly edgeworn, spine tips starting to fray, spine gilt still bright and legible. Vol. II interior front hinge is spitting, an occasional pencil underlining. A very nice example of a hard to find set. HEAVY; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Title: The Theology of Luther in Its Historical Development and Inner Harmony, Vol. I & II

Author Name: Kostlin, Julius (Charles E. Hay, translator)

Categories: Religion,

Edition: First American Edition

Publisher: Philadelphia, Lutheran Publication Society: 1897

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 000255

Keywords: Religion; Protestant Christianity; Luther; Lutheranism; Reformation; Reformed Theology,