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    Martin Luther Page Update

    "If any man doth ascribe of salvation, even the very least, to the free will of man, he knoweth nothing of grace, and he hath not learnt Jesus Christ aright." -Martin Luther

    For all you Luther fans out there has just done a major update to its Martin Luther page. It is still under construction but at least there is a large improvement.

    Martin Luther was born in 1483 into a strict German Catholic family. His parents intended him for a law career, but he became a monk and a theology professor instead. A sensitive soul, he struggled mightily with a guilty conscience and an intense fear of God and hell until he realized the doctrine of "justification by faith" while studying the book of Romans. This doctrine, his Augustinian understanding of the bondage of the will along with his conviction that the Bible should be the basis of religious life and available to all, became the theological foundation of Protestantism.

    Enter Martin Luther Page Here

    Posted by John on March 22, 2006 01:25 PM


    Another great Luther resource is RC Sproul's lecture called "Love God? Sometimes I hate him" (about the then-unregenerate Luther). To me, that was the best talk of Sproul's, of all time. It's a $2 download though, so I'm not sure if that qualifies for your (excellent) Luther page. But anyway, here's the link, in case anyone is interested:

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