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Are faith and philosophy locked in a loveless marriage? Luther's disdain for philosophy is well known, yet the Lutheran tradition has produced giants---from Melanchthon to Schleiermacher, Kierkegaard to Nietzsche. An illustrious group of contributors provocatively rethinks Luther's contribution to the history of ideas. 288 pages, hardcover. Fortress.
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