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Luther on Faith and Love - Christ and the Law in the 1535 Galatians Commentray (Emerging Scholars Series)

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<p>There has been a distinct tendency in modern scholarship to underestimate Luther's teaching on love by overemphasizing his teaching on justification. Calling this tendency into question, this volume advances the thesis that Luther's teaching on faith and love operates as...


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<p>There has been a distinct tendency in modern scholarship to underestimate Luther's teaching on love by overemphasizing his teaching on justification. Calling this tendency into question, this volume advances the thesis that Luther's teaching on faith and love operates as the overriding thematic pair in the dynamics of Christ and the law-structurally and conceptually undergirding the 1535 Galatians commentary. The research situates itself in the landscape of Luther scholarship via a special attention to Finnish Luther scholars and scholarship.</p><p>The project argues that in the discussion of proper righteousness and holiness, Luther's redefined love emerges in harmony with faith. His views on Christian freedom, the Christ-given law of love, the twofold way of fulfilling the law, and his Christological premises demonstrate the logical rationale for reintroducing love. This love, designated as a fruit of faith, is incarnated in three major relations: love toward God, toward others, and toward self.</p>
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  • <span><span>&lt;p&gt;there Has Been A Distinct Tendency In Modern Scholarship To Underestimate Luther's Teaching On Love By Overemphasizing His Teaching On Justification. Calling This Tendency Into Question, This Volume Advances The Thesis That Luther's Teaching On Faith And Love Operates As The Overriding Thematic Pair In The Dynamics Of Christ And The Law-structurally And Conceptually Undergirding The 1535 Galatians Commentary. The Research Situates Itself In The Landscape Of Luther Scholarship Via A Special Attention To Finnish Luther Scholars And Scholarship.&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;the Project Argues That In The Discussion Of Proper Righteousness And Holiness, Luther's Redefined Love Emerges In Harmony With Faith. His Views On Christian Freedom, The Christ-given Law Of Love, The Twofold Way Of Fulfilling The Law, And His Christological Premises Demonstrate The Logical Rationale For Reintroducing Love. This Love, Designated As A Fruit Of Faith, Is Incarnated In Three Major Relations: Love Toward God, Toward Others, And Toward Self.&lt;/p&gt;</span></span>

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