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History of the Care of Souls (2006) - Part 3

Could you benefit from books to help you care for the spiritual needs of others? Dr. Lyle Dorsett highlights key authors and books on the care of souls.

Who discipled Martin Luther? A nameless monk mentored him through many trials. Lyle Dorsett recommends several old books for further reading on Martin Luther’s massive concern for the souls of his people: Luther as Spiritual Adviser, by August Nebe (discipleship); Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther, by Roland H. Bainton (soul care); Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, by Heiko Oberman (spiritual warfare).

This lecture took place in 2006, at a gathering of the CS Lewis Institute Fellows Program in Falls Church, Virginia.

This is part three in a five part series on History of the Care of Souls.

Lyle Dorsett

Lyle Dorsett, Professor, holds the Billy Graham Chair of Evangelism at Beeson Divinity School in Samford University. He taught courses in evangelism, spiritual formation and church history. He also serves as the pastor of Christ the King Anglican Church in Homewood, Alabama. Lyle received his PhD in American history and has published numerous books, including several Christian biographies and three works on C. S. Lewis.


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