Martin Luther and Care of the Soul

Thursday, Feb 13, 2020

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Lecture by:
Rev. Dr. Kristine Lund

Luther’s lifelong struggle with melancholy and anxiety is well documented in his own writings and those of Luther scholars. This presentation will address Luther’s context and religious worldview and how these impacted his mental health. It will also consider Luther’s experience of personal reformation, the impact on his mental health, and the implications for living in the 21st-century.

About The Lecturer

Rev. Dr. Kristine Lund

Rev. Dr Kristine Lund is a registered psychotherapist and a psycho-spiritual therapist and supervisor educator with the Canadian Association of Spiritual Care (CASC). She has been a faculty member at Luther since 2005, and the clinical director at the Glebe Centre since 2013.