Martin Luther's Mariology

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General

Martin Luther's Theology of Mary

Luther's Mariology: A Response to a Roman Catholic Apologist

"Martin Luther 'praised' Mary and said that she should be honored in his very last sermon at Wittenberg"

Luther: Mary does not wish that we come to her, but through her to God (Part One)

Luther: Mary does not wish that we come to her, but through her to God (Part Two)

Lutheran pastor on the intercession of the saints: it's okay!

Luther Says: "Mary is Our Mother" An Exercise in Compare & Contrast

Luther Changed Genesis 3:15?

Luther: "Whoever possesses a good (firm) faith, says the Hail Mary without danger!"

Luther: "The veneration of Mary is inscribed in the very depths of the human heart"

Luther: "The veneration of Mary is inscribed in the very depths of the human heart"

Luther's Magnificat: A Representation of Luther's Lifelong Mariology?

Thomas O'Meara: Overview of Luther's Mariology

Luther: "Mary... We Can Never Honor Her Enough"

"Who empowered the Church to grant indulgences? Christ. Who's sacrifice made the indulgences possible? Christ.”

On Luther Giving Hyperdulia To Mary

Luther: No woman is like you. You are more than Eve or Sarah, blessed above all nobility, wisdom, and sanctity

Bibliographic Tedium on the Reformers and Perpetual Virginity

Crossing the Tiber and Bringing Luther With You

Young Luther, Saints, And The Virgin Mary

16th Century Marian Piety Or Mariolatry?

For The Record: On Luther's Mariology

Ad Fontes: To The Sources on Luther's Mariology

Luther and Mary...One More Time.

How To Eliminate Blog Readers: Bore Them With Tedium on Luther's Mariology


Assumption

Luther on the Assumption of Mary: "There can be no doubt that the Virgin Mary is in heaven. How it happened we do not know"

Luther Celebrated The Feast of the Assumption?

Luther and the Assumption

The Reformers and the Assumption

Luther: The Assumption Was a Settled Fact? (Part 1)

Luther: The Assumption Was a Settled Fact? (Part 2)

Luther: The Assumption Was A Settled Fact? (Part 3)

Martin Luther and Mary's Assumption



Immaculate Conception

Luther: the infusion of Mary's soul was effected without original sin

Real Catholic TV: Luther and the Immaculate Conception

Did Martin Luther believe in the Immaculate Conception of Mary?

Luther: God has formed the soul and body of the Virgin Mary full of the Holy Spirit, so that she is without all sins

Response to Paul Hoffer on Luther & the Immaculate Conception

1544: Luther's Explanation Concerning Mary and the Birth of Christ

Luther: Christ was "born of a woman without sin"

Luther, the Immaculate Conception, Bonaventure, and John of Damascus

Luther on Mary's Sinlessness...Revisited

Lutheran Scholar A.C. Piepkorn on Luther's Belief in the Immaculate Conception

Luther and the Immaculate Conception? The 1540 Disputation On the Divinity and Humanity of Christ

Research I Would Toss Into The Elbe: Luther Believed in the Immaculate Conception of Mary

Luther: Mary Sinned

Scott Windsor weighs in on Luther's belief in the Immaculate Conception

Luther on the Immaculate Conception: A Response to Scott Windsor (Part One)

Luther on the Immaculate Conception: A Response to Scott Windsor (Part Two)

Luther on the Immaculate Conception: A Response to Scott Windsor (Part Three)

Luther on the Immaculate Conception: A Response to Scott Windsor (Part Four)

Luther on the Immaculate Conception: A Response to Scott Windsor (Part Five)

Luther on the Immaculate Conception: A Response to Scott Windsor (Conclusion)