Symposium proceedings ‘Liberated by God’s Grace’: 500 Years of Reformation', St Margaret’s Church, Westminster Abbey 31 October

Please find papers from the symposium. Kindly note that the copyright remains with authors, and that this distribution is only for personal and private use.

“Remembering the Reformation” by professor Alexandra Walsham.

“Covert, Overt and Collectible: Luther’s Works in England and English” by Professor David. Crankshaw, King’s College, London  

“Freedom from the Self: Luther and Løgstrup on Sin as ‘Incurvatus in Se” by professor Robert Stern, Sheffield University.

"God is weak" - a relation between Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Luther's theology of the cross” by the Right Reverend Dr Martin Lind, Bishop of the Lutheran Church in Great Britain.

“From Beast of the Wild Wood to Prophet of Reform: Changing RC Perceptions of Martin Luther” by professor Eamonn Duffy, Magdalene College, Cambridge.

 

Young Scholars! Call for Papers and Abstacts

This year we are marking five centuries of debate, division, reform, pain, reconciliation, history in which we would like to invite you to join us on this platform to basic and current theological perspectives on the history and theology of the Reformation.

We wish to present the work of scholars from a variety of fields and offer the site as a medium for some of your academic work on the Reformation (past and present), Luther and the impact it has had on modern society. That could include publishing original papers, abstracts or bibliographic notes on a specific section which can direct interested parties to the author. We also welcome shorter, more introductory texts on topics related to the Reformation, such as “State and Church”, “Freedom”, “Gender and Sexuality”. The full list of topics to be found under THE REFORMATION section.  

We especially encourage young scholars to participate. For more details, please do not hesitate to contact project manager Susanne Freddin Skovhus at The Council of Lutheran Churches in Great Britain at sus@lutheran.org.uk


List of books on the subject of the The Reformation and legacy of Martin Luther:

 

 

The Lutheran Council of Great Britain
30 Thanet Street London WC1H 9QH
Registered Charity No. 232042

Symposium proceedings ‘Liberated by God’s Grace’: 500 Years of Reformation', St Margaret’s Church, Westminster Abbey 31 October

Please find papers from the symposium. Kindly note that the copyright remains with authors, and that this distribution is only for personal and private use.

“Remembering the Reformation” by professor Alexandra Walsham.

“Covert, Overt and Collectible: Luther’s Works in England and English” by Professor David. Crankshaw, King’s College, London  

“Freedom from the Self: Luther and Løgstrup on Sin as ‘Incurvatus in Se” by professor Robert Stern, Sheffield University.

"God is weak" - a relation between Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Luther's theology of the cross” by the Right Reverend Dr Martin Lind, Bishop of the Lutheran Church in Great Britain.

“From Beast of the Wild Wood to Prophet of Reform: Changing RC Perceptions of Martin Luther” by professor Eamonn Duffy, Magdalene College, Cambridge.

 

Young Scholars! Call for Papers and Abstacts

This year we are marking five centuries of debate, division, reform, pain, reconciliation, history in which we would like to invite you to join us on this platform to basic and current theological perspectives on the history and theology of the Reformation.

We wish to present the work of scholars from a variety of fields and offer the site as a medium for some of your academic work on the Reformation (past and present), Luther and the impact it has had on modern society. That could include publishing original papers, abstracts or bibliographic notes on a specific section which can direct interested parties to the author. We also welcome shorter, more introductory texts on topics related to the Reformation, such as “State and Church”, “Freedom”, “Gender and Sexuality”. The full list of topics to be found under THE REFORMATION section.  

We especially encourage young scholars to participate. For more details, please do not hesitate to contact project manager Susanne Freddin Skovhus at The Council of Lutheran Churches in Great Britain at sus@lutheran.org.uk


List of books on the subject of the The Reformation and legacy of Martin Luther:

 

 

The Lutheran Council of Great Britain
30 Thanet Street London WC1H 9QH
Registered Charity No. 232042