The Bondage of the Will

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RDMc Publishing, 2005 - 295 pages
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The Bondage of the Will is a must for anyone who is interested in the fundamental doctrines of the Reformation with particular interest in justification by faith alone. The Bondage of the Will is a brilliant and captivating discourse to Erasmus of Rotterdam against his treaty on free-will called The Diatribe on Free-will. In his writing, which has stood the test of time, Luther affirms mans total inability to save himself and the sovereignty divine grace in our salvation. Luther infallibly demonstrates why man's will is totally enslaved to sin and that the term and belief of free-will is completely meaningless. Luther's works is the restored foundation of the Protestant church Luther is a masterful theologian. There are few books written that have stood the test of time, but for The Bondage of the Will, by Martin Luther, here it stands.
 

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Crisp convincing arguments De Servo Arbitrio by Martin Luther records the debate between Luther and Erasmus, in one of the earliest pieces of Reformation literature and one of the best known ... Read full review

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What an excellent reminder of what Christendom was going through. One cant help but see what Luther was challenging Erasmus with as being again the battle that confessional Christendom is fighting ... Read full review

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Contents

The Translator Preface
7
Introduction
10
Preface
14
Discussion
85
Second Part
140
Third Part
225
Conclusion
271
Martin Luthers judgment of
274
Martin Luther to
276
Certificate of Authenticity
293
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