“Of Good Comfort” Martin Luther’s Letters to the Depressed

Psychologist Dr Rick Marrs and author Stephen Pietsch discuss Pietsch’s book: Of Good Comfort: Martin Luther’s Letters to the Depressed and their Significance for Pastoral Care Today. This video conversation takes a fresh look at Luther’s counseling experience and what it shows us about the necessity of soul care.

“Of Good Comfort: Martin Luther’s Letters to the Depressed and their Significance for Pastoral Care Today” by Stephen Pietsch

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  1. Scott Lemmermann November 1, 2022
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    Amen, brothers.

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