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Martin Luther on Holy Baptism: Sermons to the People (1525–39)


Item #: 124540kin / 2018 / ebook / 200 Pages

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In a country where Baptist theology is the default for American Christianity, Luther’s teaching on Baptism is critically needed by pastors, seminary students, and small-group leaders. While Luther’s catechisms address the topic of Baptism, his sermons on the subject are more comprehensive.

As readers discover Luther’s preaching on Baptism in Wittenberg from 1525 to 1539, they are immersed repeatedly in Scripture’s clear word that God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) is truly present in Baptism. Luther also articulates the divinely sanctioned power of Baptism to forgive and remove sin, as well as its efficacy throughout the life of the baptized. Luther on Holy Baptism equips readers to believe with certainty that God is the one who works life-saving miracles in Holy Baptism.


About the Author

Benjamin T. G. Mayes is assistant professor of historical theology at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana. He is co-general editor of the American edition of Luther’s Works and the general editor of the Theological Commonplaces by Johann Gerhard.

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