Table of contents for The genius of Luther's theology : a Wittenberg way of thinking for the contemporary church / Robert Kolb and Charles P. Arand.

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Contents
		Abbreviations 000
		Introduction. The Genius of Luther's Thought: Two Presuppositions 
of Wittenberg Theology 000
	Part 1.	 "Our Theology": Luther's Definition of the Human Creature 
through "Two Kinds of Righteousness"
	1.	Anthropology as a Matrix for Luther's Way of Thinking 000
	2.	The Core of Human Identity 000
	3.	The Shape of Human Performance 000
	4.	The Subversion of Our Human Identity 000
	5.	The Dynamic of Faith 000
	Part 2.	 When the Word Is Spoken, All Things Are Possible: Luther and 
the Word of God
	6.	The Functions of the Word 000
	7.	The Enfleshed and Written Forms of God's Word 000
	8.	The "Means of Grace" as Forms of God's Word 000
	9.	God's Word Takes Form as His People Convey It to One 
Another 000
		Conclusion: Thinking with Luther in the Twenty-first Century 000
		Bibliography 000
		Scripture Index 000
		Subject Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.