Introduzione, traduzione e note di Leandro Perini
Nuova edizione a cura di Domenico Segna
I Discorsi a tavola sono una raccolta di pensieri di Lutero trascritti tra il 1531 e il 1546 da alcuni discepoli. Lontani dalla rigidità di una lezione ex cathedra, spaziano dai problemi di vita quotidiana alle più sottili questioni teologiche, dai rapporti con i principi tedeschi alle invettive contro il papa, “anticristo” di Roma. Lutero si esprime in tono informale, con non rare concessioni al motto di spirito e alla tradizione popolare. Ne nasce un’opera d’eccezione, in cui l’uomo con i suoi umori e le sue passioni si sostituisce al teologo inflessibile dei testi pensati per la stampa.
- ISBN: 8811650089
- Casa Editrice: Garzanti
- Pagine: 480
I mean. It's Martin Luther speaking gospel and talking smack around his friends and students. How could it be anything but awesome?
Table Talk is not a book that is actually written by Luther. It is actually the "table talk" of Luther as recorded by students. At his home he would have discussions with students around the dinner table. This book is actually a compilation of things that Luther said in the table-talk discussions. I Leggi tutto
Warm, unguarded talk around the table with friends that gives a sense of the friendships and discussions that Martin and Katie were involved in.
This book gave me great insight into the thinking of the greatest Protestant reformer, Martin Luther. It is a collection of the words of Luther, as recorded by his close associates. In it, you see his passion for the word of God and the gospel, his biting sarcasm toward the Catholic church, his prej Leggi tutto
It's Dr. Mike Clinginpeel's fault that I read this book. He keeps referring to books in his sermons or at meetings that I think I must read. There are many significant and thoughtful statements in these notes from the discussions Luther had with his students and friends. I would like to have further Leggi tutto
Funny, at times brilliant, opinionated, humble, sometimes sharp. This collection really lets you know the man Martin Luther. Also, I found the style relaxing enough that I could pick it up almost anytime and read it with ease - something I can't do with every book. Recommended for anyone wanting to
Gave a helpful snapshot of Martin Luther's beliefs and personality.
This is an above-average collection, though not quite so thorough. Some selections are simply meh, while others are great.
Luther would have been fun to have a beer with. This invaluable book lets us see what that would have been like for real.
If you profess to be a Christian and have not read this book then you are missing out. This is a must read for anyone who professes to be Christian.
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