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98: Martin Luther, “The Clarity of Scripture” from “The Bondage of The Will”

98: Martin Luther, “The Clarity of Scripture” from “The Bondage of The Will”

Update: 2019-12-161
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I’m sorry, but your opinion means very little to me. Gillespie and Riley start to wrap up their reading of Martin Luther’s Bondage of The Will with a discussion of the Bible’s clarity and why personal feelings and our need to find meaning in everything can hijack God’s Word.

Text: Bondage of the Will, Martin Luther

 

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98: Martin Luther, “The Clarity of Scripture” from “The Bondage of The Will”

98: Martin Luther, “The Clarity of Scripture” from “The Bondage of The Will”