Luther's Legacy for Laity

Luther's Legacy for Laity


Martin Luther's legacy is a rich treasure for all Christians, but particularly for lay people.  Luther, through the doctrines of justification, freedom of the Christian, bondage of the will, and vocation, provides Christians with an understanding of what God has done for us and what God wants to do through us for the sake of the neighbor. All the big questions of faith and life are found in the abundance of Reformation theology.  These theologians know how to make accessible these grand ideas that will shape how Christians view their place in the world.  These presentations were filmed live at the Lay School of Ministry in the Northwest Synod of Wisconsin, ELCA. A detailed study guide is included on a CDROM.

Disc 1 - 10 sessions (8 to 16 minute lectures)
Timothy J. Wengert is Ministerium of Pennsylvania Professor, Reformation History at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia , Pennsylvania.

Disc 2 - 8 sessions (10 to 19 minute lectures)
David Lose serves as The Marbury E. Anderson Chair in Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Disc 3 - 10 sessions (10 to 16 minute lectures)
Darrell Jodock is Bernhardson Distinguished Professor of Religion at Gustavus Adophus College, Saint Peter, Minnesota.

Disc 4 - 7 sessions (11 to 16 minute lectures)
Kathryn Kleinhans serves as Professor of Religion and Philosophy and Religion Department Chair at Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa.

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