“Martin Bucer’s Ground and Reason: A Commentary and Translation” by Ottomar Cypris

Thursday, 01 Mar 2018

For at least a decade, some of us have been chanting like Christopher Walken in the infamous Saturday Night Live skit, “More cowbell! More cowbell!” Except we have been begging for “More Bucer! More Bucer!” Particularly, the reading audience needed access to his 1524 Grund und Ursach, one of the more important early treatises in Protestant liturgical reform. Such work continues in its importance, since every Christian should be concerned about pleasing God in weekly worship. At long last, that work is now translated and available. Although Martin Bucer (1491–1551) left behind few sermons, he ...

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