Martin Luther and Lucas Cranach Teaching the Lord’s Prayer
AbstractMartin Luther wrote and preached on the Lord’s Prayer many times over a 20-year period. When we consider his work on the Prayer we see significant developments as the historical context changes, so that he finds new ways to express his most fundamental theological principles, such as justification by faith alone, the alien and proper work of God, the corruption of the will and the hiddenness of God. Luther’s works on the Prayer were intended to teach complex ideas in easily accessible ways, and still do that for today’s undergraduates. In particular, Luther included in the Large Catechism of 1529 a series of Lucas Cranach woodcuts that provide unique illustrations of his developing theological principles. View Full-Text
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McNair, B. Martin Luther and Lucas Cranach Teaching the Lord’s Prayer. Religions 2017, 8, 63.
McNair B. Martin Luther and Lucas Cranach Teaching the Lord’s Prayer. Religions. 2017; 8(4):63.Chicago/Turabian Style
McNair, Bruce. 2017. "Martin Luther and Lucas Cranach Teaching the Lord’s Prayer." Religions 8, no. 4: 63.
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