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The Bondage of the Will by Martin Luther
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Mar 17, 12

really liked it
Read from February 24 to March 17, 2012

It's amazing to get the chance to live in Luther's mind that reading this book affords. I would not want to get in an argument with this fiery genius! Although some of his arguments made more sense than others, there was much in this book that challenged and informed me. As the book went on, I acquired a greater appreciation for his tone, seeing more clearly what was at stake. This is primarily a book about the sovereignty of God, the mystery of his will and about the danger of holding him to our own standards of right and wrong.

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30.0% "I'm really enjoying this. At first Luther's tone really turned me off, but as he explains his argument I'm. despising more and more why he places so much weight on these matters. If you ever give it a try, hang on through the preface. It gets much better!"
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