The Wit of Martin Luther #2020

[The Wit of Martin Luther] >> Eric W. Gritsch This book provides an interesting and entertaining introduction to Martin Luther s thought It shows how Luther enjoyed using humour in his interpretation of the Bible, his pastoral relationships and his encounters with death It reveals that humour in the face of mortality is an indication of human freedom, a way of making life a divine comedy It brings out the deeper reThis book provides an interesting and entertaining introduction to Martin Luther s thought It shows how Luther enjoyed using humour in his interpretation of the Bible, his pastoral relationships and his encounters with death It reveals that humour in the face of mortality is an indication of human freedom, a way of making life a divine comedy It brings out the deeper religious meaning behind Luther s theological thought.
The Wit of Martin Luther This book provides an interesting and entertaining introduction to Martin Luther s thought It shows how Luther enjoyed using humour in his interpretation of the Bible his pastoral relationships and h

  • Title: The Wit of Martin Luther
  • Author: Eric W. Gritsch
  • ISBN: 9780800638030
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Wit of Martin Luther Author: Eric W. Gritsch

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    • Adam Ross said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      It is rare to find a book that intersects between theology and humor, likely because the theologians take themselves seriously than God, because they take themselves seriously than life does Nevertheless, this little book on the wit of Martin Luther isn t just a compilation of Luther s uproarious sayings, but a real effort to integrate his humor and wit directly into the heart of his theology The result is the Luther comes off less like a late night comedian and like a man drunk in the joy o [...]

    • Hank Pharis said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      This started out very promising but did not end up being as good as I hoped It is however still helpful in recognizing how often Luther used humor, sarcasm etc I had observed this but never really put it together how much he used it.

    • Linda said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      Learned may things I didn t know about Luther He was quite a character.

    • Scott said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      Short, pretty good book on Luther as a humorist Also pretty revealing in understanding the nature of humor and wit to battle seriousness and depression Only wish is that it would ve had hilarious Lutheran liners My favorites Luther before his death Also, he loved scatological humor I m like a ripe stool and the world s like a gigantic anus and we re about to let go of each other Out of a desperate ass never comes a cheerful fart Whoever is not handsome at twenty, not strong at thirty, not wise [...]

    • Eric Vanderhoofven said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      I thouroughly enjoyed this book, and I was glad that this book was of look at Luther s theology and how his humor correlated with it Sadly we tend to take ourselves way too seriously and take God too lightly This book helped me to do the opposite.

    • Victor said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      Luther was by far the funniest theologian of the Reformation.

    • Matt said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      Good stuff

    • K B said:
      Feb 25, 2020 - 00:34 AM

      Enjoyable reading regarding Luther s sense of humor in communication.

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