Pro Re Theologica et Salute Fratrum: Luther as Reformer of Pastoral Care

ForgivenessAnother Reformation Day has come and gone. Each year the day gives us occasion to reflect on the significance of the upheavals of the Sixteenth Century—upheavals that changed the religious, social, and cultural landscape of the West, especially the western church. What was at stake? What was it all about? Was it worth it? ..

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