Item description for Luther's Works, Volume 54: Table Talk (Luthers Works - Augsburg #54) by Martin Luther & Theodore G. Tappert...
Overview Seated at the table and conversing with his companions, Luther talked freely and openly about everything that touches the nerves of life. The conversations selected for this volume were choosen with two aims in mind: historical perspective and contemporary relevance. The talks presented were recorded by Veit Dietrich, George Rorer, John Schlaginhaufen, Conrad Cordatus, Anthony Lauterbach, Jerome Weller, John Mathesius, Casper Heydenreich, and Jerome Besold.
Publishers Description The conversations selected for this volume of Luther's Works have been carefully chosen from among more than seven thousand entries of the Weimar Edition with two aims in veiw: historical perspective and contemporary relevance. The annotations are precise and are related directly to the material at hand.
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Studio: Fortress Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 1.31" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1967
Publisher Fortress Press
Series Luthers Works - Augsburg
Series Number 54
ISBN 0800603540 ISBN13 9780800603540
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More About Martin Luther & Theodore G. Tappert
John Dillenbergerwas a Professor of Historical Theology at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California."
Martin Luther was born in 1483 and died in 1546.
Martin Luther has published or released items in the following series...
Anchor Library of Religion
Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought
Reviews - What do customers think about Luther's Works, Volume 54: Table Talk?
Getting to "really" know Luther Mar 10, 2001
If one thinks they know Luther because they are familiar with the Lutheran church, then they need to read this book. Speaking on subjects one might speak of today, you can see the praticality of this great reformer. When standing against all odds, he spoke truth, when it was not at all popular to speak the truth. This is a must read for anyone desiring to know Luther, or even understand how controversial a person Luther really was.