Annotated translation by Dr. William Russell
Martin Luther’s 1527 open letter on the Plague, though written for a different age has surprising resonance to the present. William Russell helps the reader navigate the Medieval context and amplify connections to the present through his introduction and annotations.
Available from the ALPB as a PDF book for $5.
e-Book will be emailed upon receipt of order.
To find other things you want:
by Dorothy Zelenko -- September 30, 2017
God’s Man of Faith: the life and teaching of Martin Luther was originally produced by the ALPB almost 60 years ago in 1959. It was part of a program during the 1950s to encourage Lutherans to pay more attention in their churches to the events of the Reformation and the teachings of Luther and the other […]Read More
by Sarah Wilson -- February 8, 2017
In this final four months of our now five years of studying Luther in preparation for the anniversary observances taking place this year, we turn our attention to the fallout and tragic series of events which led the excommunication of Luther and the schism of the Western church, otherwise known as the Reformation. Because of […]Read More
by Sarah Wilson -- January 14, 2017
I’ve been back in the U.S. for six months now, and between travels and that most demoralizing of necessities known as “church-shopping,” I’ve had the chance to view and review all kinds of practices of eucharistic hospitality. As I expected, the range goes from “everyone is welcome” to “all baptized Christians are welcome” to “all […]Read More
by Sarah Wilson -- January 2, 2017
The Journal Articles of Hermann Sasse, eds. Matthew C. Harrison, Bror Erickson, and Joel A. Brondos (Irvine: New Reformation Publications, 2016), 647 pp. Hermann Sasse (1895–1976) is remembered for his staunch confessionalism, largely out of step with twentieth century theology. The journey of his life was a movement away from the Prussian Union and the […]Read More