Luther for the Future
The Reformation Revisited
by Kirsi I. Stjerna
Kirsi Stjerna looks at the inequities in welfare and education that galvanized Martin Luther into action. She begins by introducing his theology, at the epicenter of which lies a deep concern for freedom, especially of spirituality. She then turns to women’s roles in the Reformation. Personal correspondence, cookbooks, and other overlooked sources offer a glimpse into women’s influence on church, politics, and society.
Two audio set (56 & 60 mins)
CDs $20; MP3s $5.99
Kirsi Stjerna, Synod Professor of Lutheran History and Theology at California Lutheran University, is the general editor of Word and Faith, vol. 2 of The Annotated Luther (2015).
This lecture took place at the Westar Institute Spring 2017 National Meeting in Santa Rosa, California.