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Luther's Rhetoric

Neil LeRoux (Author)

Publisher: Concordia Publishing House


Throughout his career, Martin Luther preached regularly. Perhaps because there is so much of it, a large portion of the extant sermon material has not been explored by scholars. However, Luther's most famous sermons, the Invocavit Sermons, are frequently quoted, discussed in every comprehensive Reformation history, and preserved in many important English collections of Luther discourse. These sermons and the situation that surrounded them continue to be crucial not only for understanding Luther's rhetoric, but for appreciating the positions and strategies of Luther's opponents. This book provides a detailed analysis of the organization, strategies, and style of Luther's Invocavit Sermons and explores how Luther's arguments functioned logically and psychologically. The author provides historical and theological background to the sermons, explains rhetorical analysis and its contributions to scholarship, and offers careful and informative commentary on each sermon. From this analysis, readers will discover a clearer picture of why Luther's preaching was so compelling.
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Item Number 006141170
Length 9.00
Binding Paperback
Language English
Medium Format Paperback
Contributors Neil LeRoux (Author)
Publication Date 2002-01-01
Type Non-Fiction
Height 0.51
UPC 9780758657596
Width 6.00
Pages 242
Product Group Books
ISBN13 9780758657596
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
ISBN10 0758657595


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