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by Paul Sauer — June 16, 2009

"Next to the Bible and Saint Augustine no other book has come to my attention from which I have learned—and desired to learn—more concerning God, Christ, man, and what all things are" (Martin Luther). With such an endorsement, you’d think that the Theologia Germanica would have found a more widespread audience within the churches that embraced Luther’s reforms. And yet, down to today, North American Lutherans largely remain ignorant of the role that the Theologia Germanica played in the development of Luther’s theology...

"Next to the Bible and Saint Augustine no other book has come to my attention from which I have learned—and desired to learn—more concerning God, Christ, man, and what all things are."
—Martin Luther

With such an endorsement, you’d think that the Theologia Germanica would have found a more widespread audience within the churches that embraced Luther’s reforms. And yet, down to today, North American Lutherans largely remain ignorant of the role that the Theologia Germanica played in the development of Luther’s theology.

Download the rest of Paul Sauer's editorial from the Spring 2009 issue.

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