"Luther on the Christian Life: Cross and Freedom" Theologians on the Christian Life Series by Carl R. Trueman

Sunday, 28 Feb 2016

Martin Luther's historical significance is not only indisputable, it is also hard to overstate. His effort to clear away the artificial and arbitrary trappings of the Roman church in order to bring it in line with the teachings of the Bible was the impetus to the Protestant Reformation, a late medieval event that in some ways paved the way to the modern world. This has made Luther a common reference in historical literature and contemporary theological discourse. In fact, few historical figures have received as much attention. So there is a tremendous amount of sources covering every aspect ...

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