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In this, the first complete English translation based on Luther's own German text, John Frymire renders Luther's distinctive style into modern, readable American English. He also offers an introduction to Luther's life and work, thorough notes on historical and Biblical references in the text, an annotated bibliography, and a selection of related documents designed to help students set this seminal work of Reformation thought into its historical and theological context.
Table of Contents
CONTENTS (tentative): Introduction; The Freedom of a Christian, including dedicatory preface to Hermann Mühlpfort; Introduction to the Related Documents -- The Reception and Impact of (and Contemporary Reactions to) The Freedom of a Christian; An Open Letter to Pope Leo X (1520); How to Use and Properly Acknowledge Christian Freedom (1524); Letter on Christian Freedom to Thomas Neuenhagen, Preacher at Eisenach (1526); Letter on Christian Freedom to Philipp Gluenspieß of Mansfield (1526); The Long-Term Reception of Luther's Concept: Excerpts from the Church Postils; Annotated Bibliography; Index of Scriptural Citations.