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Doctor of Theology (ThD)
This thesis will explore the educational development and teaching activities of Martin Luther against the background of the Reformation. It will bring some understanding of the importance of education in the Lutheran Reformation, the scope of Luther’s educational activities, the necessity of education for the success of the Reformation, and the objectives which marked the educational activity in the Reformation. It will show the theological development of Martin Luther and how this brought about educational reforms. This study is especially directed toward relating these items to Luther’s preaching in the period of 1528-1532.
Ritthamel, Franklin, "Luther's Principles of Teaching as Reflected in his Preached Sermons 1528-1532" (1965). Doctor of Theology Dissertation. 38.
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