Abstract: A 5 page analysis of volume 31 in the Muhlenberg Press edition of the works of Martin Luther. Edited by H. Grimm, this volume addresses the beginning of Luther's career as a reformer of the Catholic Church and spans the years 1517 through 1520. Included in this period are writings such as Luther's 'Ninety-five Theses' and the 'Freedom of a Christian.' The writer discusses how these writings reflect the core of Luther's theological perspective. No additional sources cited.
Subcatagory: Religions Of The World, Theology, Church & Politics