Martin Luther—reformer, theologian, exegete, pastor, teacher, and counselor—was also a skilled translator. His defense of his translation of Rom 3:28 (“by faith alone”) and of several psalms provides insight into the principles that guided his translation and continue to inform the difficult and necessary work of translation.
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Haemig, Mary Jane. “Luther on Translating the Bible.” Word & World 31, no. 3 (Summer 2011): 255–62.
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