The Forgotten Luther: Reclaiming the Social-Economic Dimension of the Reformation
This collection of essays from leading Lutheran thinkers, theologians, and activists excavates Luther's theological focus on social and economic justice. By bringing these "forgotten" elements of Reformation theology to light, The Forgotten Luther helps contemporary heirs of Luther's thought to honor and advance this neglected part of his legacy by responding to the economic and social injustices of our own time.
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