ICYMI: Kolb on Luther’s Theology

Professor Emeritus Dr. Robert Kolb was interviewed recently by the Logos Academic Blog (theLAB) about his work editing The Oxford Handbook of Martin Luther’s Theology, soon to be released on the Logos software. Kolb discusses his role with the project, the selection of the 47 essays and highlights from this new resource.

The OUP Handbook Interviews: Robert Kolb on Martin Luther’s Theology

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