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On Christian Liberty von Martin Luther
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On Christian Liberty (Original 1520; 2002. Auflage)

von Martin Luther (Autor)

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This timeless little classic communicates essential teachings of Martin Luther. The subject of Freedom is both timely and poignantly relevant today. For the Christian, this freedom is liberty from sin and death, and the opportunity to serve one's neighbor. Written in a simple style, On Christian Liberty conveys significant spiritual insight into the grace of God and liberating faith in Christ Jesus. It is counter-cultural, down-to-earth, and accessible to young adult readers in an inexpensive pocket-sized book.… (mehr)
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Titel:On Christian Liberty
Autoren:Martin Luther (Autor)
Info:Augsburg Fortress (2002), 96 pages
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One of the most influential booklets of Early Reformation. Luther distinguishes between the Gospel and the Law. Between the legalism of the Babylonian church and true freedom in Christ. ( )
  Hany.Abdelmalek | Sep 16, 2020 |
One of the most influential booklets of Early Reformation. Luther distinguishes between the Gospel and the Law. Between the legalism of the Babylonian church and true freedom in Christ. ( )
  Hany.Abdelmalek | Sep 16, 2020 |
In 1520, three years after posting his famous theses, Luther was still a monk in the Catholic Church. It was then that he wrote this short manifesto regarding the nature of the freedom of a Christian. In it he elucidates some of the principles that would become the foundation of the Protestant Reformation. He opens with a discussion of "man's twofold nature" of the inner spiritual nature or the soul and the outer bodily nature of the flesh. These two natures are in conflict for it is the inner nature or soul that is fed by the preaching of Christ that makes it righteous. He also discusses the seeming contradiction that the Christian is both free and subject to no one while at the same time in bondage and servant to all.

This short but rich text also brings out the importance of each individual being his own priest; thus laying the foundation for the doctrine of the "priesthood of all believers". I was impressed with Luther's style of argument, for he argued from the text of the Bible rather than from his unsupported views. In doing so he was able to rationally support statements that seemed contradictory on the surface. Admittedly the arguments depended on your acceptance of the divinity of the Bible as God's word. However, for Luther and his audience this was not an issue.

Luther had been concerned with edicts by the hierarchy of the Catholic Church that had no biblical support. It is likely that with this in mind that on September 6, 1520 he sent this manifesto with a letter to Pope Leo X. However the Catholic hierarchy was not be responsive to Luther's arguments. In the following year he was called to appear before the Diet of Worms and was declared a heretic. ( )
  jwhenderson | Oct 5, 2017 |
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Written in a down-to-earth, accessible style, this timeless classic communicates the essential teachings of Martin Luther.
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A quick read into the heart of Martin Luther and his concept on Christian Liberty from the Catholic Church. ( )
  gusrocha | Feb 12, 2016 |
This is an awesome piece. I just printed it off the web, I'm sure it's found in one of many Luther's published works. He absolutely destroys justification by works in the first part of this work and then goes on to teach the proper place of works in the individual Christian's life as well as in the life of the local church. He talks a bit about disputable matters from 1 Cor 8-10 and Romans 14-15:2 as well. Great stuff.
hinzugefügt von R.I.F. | bearbeitenPaul Dare, Paul Dare (Dec 15, 2010)
 

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This timeless little classic communicates essential teachings of Martin Luther. The subject of Freedom is both timely and poignantly relevant today. For the Christian, this freedom is liberty from sin and death, and the opportunity to serve one's neighbor. Written in a simple style, On Christian Liberty conveys significant spiritual insight into the grace of God and liberating faith in Christ Jesus. It is counter-cultural, down-to-earth, and accessible to young adult readers in an inexpensive pocket-sized book.

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