ICYMI: Erik Herrmann on “Luther’s Translation as Reformation of Pastoral Care”

Concordia Seminary Professor Erik Herrmann joined Rich Rudowske on the “Essentially Translatable” podcast of Lutheran Bible Translators to talk about the role of Bible translation during the Reformation and today. In the process, they discussed keeping scripture at the center of it all, pastoral care, social media versus the printing press, and more.

You can listen to the podcast here:
https://lbt.org/luthers-translation/

Essentially Translatable: Luther’s Translation as Pastoral Care

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