Very good in very good dust jacket. Blank ex-libris sticker on front endpaper, mostly covered ink inscription, slightest edge of letters visible under bookplate. Clean book, no marks, solid text block. Light wear on edges of dust jacket, no tears, newly protected in mylar cover. 285 p. The theology of Martin Luther includes both an external, objective emphasis and an internal, subjective emphasis. Luther studies have paid close attention to the former with its well-known phrases: Christ for us, righteousness outside us, and external Word. But for some reason the subjective or mystical element in Luther's thought has been practically ignored. Hoffman reminds us of this important aspect in Luther and shows its significance in Luther's theology as a whole.
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