Martin Luther and Reformation Studies w/ Billy Marsh

In this episode, I talk with my colleague and Luther whizzbang William (Billy) Marsh about historical theology and his scholarship on the Reformation era, including the significance of Martin Luther. 

In our discussion, Billy explains some strategic insights into Luther's hermeneutical development and messianic theology. He also shares about his own theological process and a few of the key distinctives of biblical commentaries during the Reformation.

Billy is Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the MDiv program at Cedarville University.

His first book is on Luther as a biblical theologian:
Martin Luther on Reading the Bible as Christian Scripture: The Messiah in Luther's Hermeneutic and Theology

His work on Matthew in the IVP Reformation Commentary Series, co-edited w/ Jason K. Lee, is available now:
Matthew (Reformation Commentary on Scripture, NT Vol 1)

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January 23, 2022


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