Title

Luther's Genesis Lectures on the Hidden God Who Reveals Himself

Date of Award

5-1-2009

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Sacred Theology (STM)

Department

Systematic Theology

First Advisor

Roland Ziegler

Abstract

This paper will not deal with text-critical issues concerning the Genesis lectures. An analysis of secondary sources is minimized in preference for the primary source. This allows for a more comprehensive integration of Luther's theology in relation to the hidden and revealed God. The author's assertion is that Luther explains the text in view of the hidden and revealed God in such a way that it forms a comprehensive theological framework. Beyond the secondary sources quoted, the bibliography provides additional references dealing with some of the themes present in the Genesis lectures.

Comments

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