I Am a Christian: The Nun, the Devil, and Martin Luther

I Am a Christian The Nun the Devil and Martin Luther Inspired by a bold nun on nearly twenty occasions over the course of his ministry Martin Luther invoked her way of warding off the devil and the temptation to despair I am a Christian she would say

  • Title: I Am a Christian: The Nun, the Devil, and Martin Luther
  • Author: Carolyn Schneider
  • ISBN: 9780800697327
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Inspired by a bold nun, on nearly twenty occasions over the course of his ministry Martin Luther invoked her way of warding off the devil and the temptation to despair I am a Christian, she would say to the Tempter, and Luther s admiration for her becomes an entre to the whole religious world of the middle ages and Luther s time Schneider s fascinating journey goes inInspired by a bold nun, on nearly twenty occasions over the course of his ministry Martin Luther invoked her way of warding off the devil and the temptation to despair I am a Christian, she would say to the Tempter, and Luther s admiration for her becomes an entre to the whole religious world of the middle ages and Luther s time Schneider s fascinating journey goes in search, first, of the meaning that this story had for Luther and his theological world but then of the nun s identity and the whole role of the devil, guilt, sin, and temptation in the medieval worldview Finall, Schneider turns to today and people s struggles with despair, sickness, addiction, and death She shows the strange but undeniable pertinence of the whole idea of the devil, Christian community as a bulwark against evil, and how Luther s battles illumine our own.

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