"Friends of the Law: Luther's Use of the Law for the Christian Life" by Edward A. Engelbrecht

Friday, 28 Jun 2013

This useful and well-researched volume addresses an issue familiar to most readers of Modern Reformation: the threefold use of the law of God. Although Edward Engelbrecht's primary concern is with Martin Luther and the Lutheran tradition, his consideration of how theologians in the early and medieval churches handled this issue, as well as a brief treatment of John Calvin's views in comparison with Luther's, makes this book of interest beyond Lutheran circles. From the outset, Engelbrecht acknowledges that for some years there has been a broad consensus among Lutheran theologians that Luther ...

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