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Table Talk (Pure Gold) af Martin Luther
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Table Talk (Pure Gold) (original 1566; udgave 2004)

af Martin Luther (Forfatter)

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"The Bible is alive," declared Martin Luther, "it speaks to me; it has feet, it runs after me; it has hands, it lays hold of me." The Protestant Reformation's seminal leader possessed a gift for evocative speech, and he was as articulate and outspoken in private as he was in public. Fortunately for posterity, some of Luther's loyal followers took note of his informal speeches. The Table Talk of Martin Luther consists of excerpts from the great reformer's conversations with his students and colleagues, in which he comments on life, the church, and the Bible. Collected by Johannes Aurifaber, Anton Lauterbach, and other close associates of Luther, these absorbing anecdotes reveal the speaker's personality and wisdom. This text is based on the English translation by lawyer and author William Hazlitt, son of the celebrated essayist.… (mere)
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Titel:Table Talk (Pure Gold)
Forfattere:Martin Luther (Forfatter)
Info:Bridge-Logos Publishers (2004), Edition: Updated, Revised, 530 pages
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Volume 54 of Luther’s Works, Table Talk is “based on an authoritative text with selections from the Table Talk entries in the Weimar edition. The conversations selected for this volume of Luther’s Works have been carefully chosen from among more than seven-thousand entries of the Weimar Edition with two aims in view: historical perspective and contemporary relevance. The annotations are precise and are related directly to the material at hand. “ This book was also used by Dwight Johnson in writing his one man play. It is found on the library shelves under the number 284.12/LUT.
  salem.colorado | Nov 4, 2018 |
Già sul finire degli anni venti si raccoglievano intorno alla tavola di Lutero, verso le cinque della sera, per cena, alcune persone. Si trattava di anonimi studenti poveri che ricevevano nella casa del riformatore vitto e alloggio. Più tardi a queste figure anonime si sostituirono personaggi più noti: alcuni sono segretari del dottore (famuli), altri pedagoghi dei figli di altre famiglie, altri ancora pensionanti che la moglie Caterina, per guadagnare qualche soldo, aveva preso in casa, com'era nell'uso dei professori universitari d'un tempo. C'era spesso molta gente intorno alla tavola di Lutero. Nell'estate 1531 uno dei pensionanti, Corrado Cordato, ebbe l'idea di appuntare i discorsi fatti da Lutero. ( )
  BiblioLorenzoLodi | Jun 14, 2012 |
Luther, Martin (1483-1546), Tischreden (Aurifaber). [English Selections], The Table Talk or Familiar Discourse of Martin Luther. Additional title: Dr Martin Luther's divine discourses at his table, &c. Which in his life time he held with divers learned men (such as were Philip Melancthon, Casparus Cruciger, Justus Jonas, Paulus Eberus, Vitus Dietericus, Joannes Bugonhagen, Joannes Forsterus, and others) containing questions and answers touching religion, and other main points of doctrine, also many notable histories, and all sorts of learning, comforts, advises, prophesies, admonitions, directions and instructions. Collected first together by Dr. Antonius Lautherbach, and afterward disposed into certain common places by John Aurifaber Dr. in Divinity. Translated out of the high German into the English tongue by Capt. Henry Bell (London: David Bogue, 1848), EEBO.
"In 1525 Luther married and settled down to family life in Wittenberg. Among his visitors were many poor students, and these fervent disciples wrote down all they remembered of their master's conversation. This Table Talk has always enjoyed great popularity for its refreshing unreserve and frequent brilliance. It shows Luther to have been a true child of his age. He must be judged by the mind of his times. We give some of his strong opinions that have not borne the wear and tear of later ages; but they are more than balanced by teaching that is beautiful as well as true." -- J.A. Hammerton, Outline of Great Books
The Table Talk of Martin Luther, translated and edited by William Hazlitt, with a memoir by Alexander Chalmers (London, G. Bell and Sons, 1902), Library of Congress Control Number: 04014018; LOC CALL NUMBER: Microfilm 68188 BR.
The Table-talk of Martin Luther translated by William Hazlitt, Esq.
This is e-text of The Lutheran Publication Society printing.

http://www.reformed.org/documents/Table_talk/table_talk.html ( )
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Please distinguish between (i) this LT work, which is Martin's Luther's original Tischreden or Table Talk; (ii) any work including selections from that original work; and (iii) Volume 54 of the multi-volume (55+) Luther's Works. Thank you.
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"The Bible is alive," declared Martin Luther, "it speaks to me; it has feet, it runs after me; it has hands, it lays hold of me." The Protestant Reformation's seminal leader possessed a gift for evocative speech, and he was as articulate and outspoken in private as he was in public. Fortunately for posterity, some of Luther's loyal followers took note of his informal speeches. The Table Talk of Martin Luther consists of excerpts from the great reformer's conversations with his students and colleagues, in which he comments on life, the church, and the Bible. Collected by Johannes Aurifaber, Anton Lauterbach, and other close associates of Luther, these absorbing anecdotes reveal the speaker's personality and wisdom. This text is based on the English translation by lawyer and author William Hazlitt, son of the celebrated essayist.

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