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