List of Contributors (Alphabetical, with Author Bios)
Preface Luka Ilić and Martin J. Lohrmann
Introduction Paul Rorem, "Timothy J. Wengert's Scholarship for theChurch"
Part 1: Luther, Melanchthon, and Reformation ColleaguesTheodor Dieter, "Martin Luther's Tractatus de indulgentiis: A Commentary on an Unknown Text"
Irene Dingel, "Freedom and Responsibility: Luther's ReformationalThinking in his Treatises of 1520 and Their Significance for Today"
Scott Hendrix, "Phillip Melanchthon (1497-1560) and Urbanus Rhegius(1489-1541)"
Amy Nelson Burnett, "What the Fathers Thought: Melanchthon andOecolampadius on the Eucharist"
Robert Kolb, "Joachim Mörlin, Architect of Concordist Theology"
Hans Wiersma, "Albert Hardenberg, Melanchthon, and the 'OpenlyHostile' Preachers of Bremen: A Cautionary Tale."
Part 2: Reading and Interpreting Texts in the Reformation
Volker Leppin, "The Lectures on Judges: A Witness to Transitions in the Reformation Movement in Wittenberg"
Erik Herrmann, "Luther, the Genitive, and the Gospel"
Richard A. Muller, "Foreknowledge and the Divine Counsel in Calvin'sExegesis of Acts 2:23 and 4:48"
Derek Cooper, "Sam, Sham, or Satan? Reformation Readings of 1 Samuel28"
Ulrich Bubenheimer, "Chronology from World Creation up to Luther'sTime: An Unknown Single-Sheet Print by Melanchthon (1521) and aFragmentary Letter from Luther to Melanchthon (1540 or 1541)"
Stefan Rhein, "Melanchthon's Historiae: A Study of Its Sources"
Part 3: Forming the Faith
Mickey L. Mattox, "Ever at Rest: Martin Luther's Sabbatarianism"
Mark D. Tranvik, "Diluting Luther: Baptism in Sixteenth-CenturyCatechisms"
Mary Jane Haemig, "Henry Melchior Muhlenberg's Catechetical Efforts inColonial America, 1742-1752"
Martin J. Lohrmann, "Faith and Love in Luther's Small Catechism"
Kirsi Stjerna, "Courage to Believe"
Gordon Lathrop, "A Lutheran Visits La Sagrada Família: FurtherReflections on the Marks of the Church"
Bibliography of Timothy J. Wengert's Works, 1983-2020