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Concerning Christian Liberty by Martin Luther Audiobook

Concerning Christian Liberty by Martin Luther

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Freedom was an issue in the time of Luther. Freedom is still an issue. Is freedom unlimited or are there limits. People and nations today wrestle with this issue. Consider these ideas as you address this issue in your life and world. "Christian man is the most free lord of all, and subject to none, a Christian man is the most dutiful servant of all, and subject to every one."

©2009 Dr. Tom Morris, Editor (P)2014 GrievingTeensPublishing.com

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    Martin Luther's insights into Scripture and grace, and how we are justified by grace.


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    Bonus materials, including the best of Luther's commentary on Galatians.

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