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What Luther Says about Faith

What Luther Says about Faith

The following excerpt from the great reformer Martin Luther is taken from What Luther Says, a collection of more than 5,100 quotations on 200 subjects gleaned from his writings. Faith Is a Mighty Power—Or Nothing at All Faith is not the human notion and dream which some regard as faith. And when they see that(…)

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Korey Maas Discusses Making the Case for Christianity

Korey Maas Discusses Making the Case for Christianity

Christians are being called to defend their faith as never before—whether in the political sphere, in the work environment, and especially in personal discussions. Are you prepared “to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15)? Making the Case for Christianity: Responding to(…)

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New Release Helps Christians Make the Case for Christianity

New Release Helps Christians Make the Case for Christianity

Making the Case for Christianity: Responding to Modern Objections, available now, prepares Christians to defend their faith. Accessible to readers of all levels, Making the Case for Christianity introduces specific intellectual objections to the Christian faith and then demonstrates how these objections might rationally be answered. Topics covered include the existence of God, the Gospels as(…)

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Martin Luther on Faith vs. Reason

Martin Luther on Faith vs. Reason

From the beginning of his work on the postils, Martin Luther intended them for common pastors and people, and thus they were to be the great devotional book of the Reformation. Luther’s collected sermons for the church year were originally published in two series: the Church Postil and the House Postil. These were among his most popular works. Aside(…)

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Martin Luther on Faith and Union with Christ

Martin Luther on Faith and Union with Christ

From the beginning of his work on the postils, Martin Luther intended them for common pastors and people, and thus they were to be the great devotional book of the Reformation. Luther’s collected sermons for the church year were originally published in two series: the Church Postil and the House Postil. These were among his most popular works. Aside(…)

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