ICYMI: How Martin Luther Changed Bible Study

ICYMI: How Martin Luther Changed Bible Study

Robert Kolb recently published an article for Bible Study magazine, for their special issue on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. We are all accustomed to his expertise on all things Luther and the Reformation, but this is but one example of how his expertise reaches beyond our usual Lutheran circles.

The article: “How Martin Luther and the Reformers Changed the Study of Scripture”

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