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The final of four sneak peeks into the main plenary presentations for the 2014 Theological Symposium (September 23-24).
Unless I’m mistaken… the title of the book is: Martin Luther: A Life Reformed. The video is correct, the information in the post seems to be of.
Right you are. Thanks for the correction. (and the link!)
No problem George. This reminded me to add the book to my wish list.
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