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Bondage of the Will Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-59856-2804
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 300
  • Publisher: Hendrickson

Bondage of the Will (Martin Luther)

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Free will was no academic question to Luther. The whole gospel of the grace of God, he believed, was bound up with it and stood or fell according to the way one decided it. Luther affirms our total inability to save ourselves and the sovereignty of Divine grace in our salvation. He upholds the doctrine of justification by faith and defends predestination by the foreknowledge of God.

One the classic reference books you must have to understand the Great Reformation.

“This is the greatest piece of writing that came from Luther’s pen. In its vigour of language, its profound theological grasp, and the grand sweep of its exposition, it stands unsurpassed among Luther’s writings.” — J.I. Packer

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Bondage of the Will

“This is the greatest piece of writing that came from Luther’s pen. In its vigour of language, its profound theological grasp, and the grand sweep of its exposition, it stands unsurpassed among Luther’s writings.” — J.I. Packer

Free will was no academic question to Luther. The whole gospel of the grace of God, he believed, was bound up with it and stood or fell according to the way one decided it.  Luther also affirms our total inability to save ourselves and the sovereignty of Divine grace in our salvation. He upholds the doctrine of justification by faith and defends predestination by the foreknowledge of God.

Bondage of the Will is most certainly one of the classic reference books you must have to understand the Great Reformation.

About the Author

Martin Luther (1483–1546) was a German monk, priest, professor, theologian, and church reformer. His teachings inspired the Reformation and deeply influenced the doctrines and culture of the Lutheran and Protestant traditions.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction .
2. Erasmus’ Preface Reviewed (Section 1)
3. Erasmus’ Skepticism (Sections 2 – 6)
4. The Necessity of Knowing God and His Power (Sections 7 – 8)
5. The Sovereignty of God (Sections 9 – 27)
6. Exordium (Sections 28 – 40)
7. Discussion: First Part (Sections 41 – 75)
8. Discussion: Second Part (Sections 76 – 134)
9. Discussion: Third Part (Sections 135 – 166)
10. Conclusion (Sections 167 – 168)
Appendix 1: Martin Luther’s Judgment of Erasmus of Rotterdam
Appendix 2: Martin Luther to Nicolas Armsdoff Concerning Erasmus of Rotterdam

 

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