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Inhaltsangabe: Description: Recent studies have increasingly downplayed, and in a few cases even wholly denied, the influence of Martin Luther's theology of Law and Gospel on early English evangelicals such as William Tyndale. The impact of a late medieval Augustinian renaissance, Erasmian Humanism, the Reformed tradition, and Lollardy have all but eclipsed the more central role once attributed to Luther. Whiting reexamines these claims with a thorough reevaluation of Luther's theology of Law and Gospel in its historical context spanning twenty-five years, something entirely lacking in all previous studies. Based on extensive research in the primary sources, with acute attention to the larger historical narrative and in dialogue with secondary scholarship, Whiting argues that scholars have often oversimplified Luther's theology of Law and Gospel and have thus wrongly diminished his very significant, even principal, influence upon first-generation evangelicals William Tyndale, John Frith, and Robert Barnes during the English Reformation of the 1520s and 30s. Endorsements: ""Martin Luther, the theological giant of the sixteenth century, has almost been written out of the English Reformation. Whiting's book restores him to his proper place, not least by showing that Luther's early English interpreters often understood his paradoxical theology better than modern commentators have done. He reminds us of what we should always have known: that a Reformation without Luther is simply unimaginable."" --Alec Ryrie Durham University ""Whiting's fresh look at the works of three of the most significant inaugurators of the Protestant Reformation in English casts aside the prejudices of the previous generation of scholars and thus opens a new discussion of how the earliest English reformers read and digested Luther's core insights within the framework of his distinction of law and gospel . . . This book will command attention from the coming generation of interpreters of the Reformation in the wider European context and specifically in England."" --Robert Kolb Concordia Seminary, Saint Louis ""This excellent study shows how Luther's theology of Law and Gospel greatly influenced the work of Tyndale, Frith, and Barnes. It examines the concept of the Tertius Usus Legis and traces its development in Luther's own work. Michael Whiting has produced an extremely comprehensive, persuasive, and well-informed study, a high quality work which amply justifies careful attention."" --George Newlands University of Glasgow About the Contributor(s): Michael S. Whiting received his PhD in theology from the University of Wales, Lampeter. He has taught courses on the Reformation and the global history of Christianity as an adjunct professor in the United States and Africa. He is a regular contributor to Reformation and Renaissance Review: Journal of the Society for Reformation Studies.

About the Author: Michael S. Whiting received his PhD in theology from the University of Wales, Lampeter. He has taught courses on the Reformation and the global history of Christianity as an adjunct professor in the United States and Africa. He is a regular contributor to Reformation and Renaissance Review: Journal of the Society for Reformation Studies.

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