The Bondage of the Will
Luther was not a pious bore. He was a real man and at times an earthy man who was brash and bold. In the political correct world of today some might have trouble with him. He did not speak for sound bites. Through this book you will have an intimate look into his world and mind. There are things you will respect and things you will admire. This look will let Luther be Luther. This is what you would have heard if you were invited into the Luther House in Wittenberg, Germany. Katherine his wife brewed his beer. Luther is not the kind of man that would have a cry if you did not like him. He knew who he was and spoke with confidence. He won the hearts and minds of Wittenberg even Duke Fredrick, then Germany and the world. Table conversation was filled with challenging ideas. This is considered Luther's finest work of thought. What do you think about the freedom of the human will?
- Paperback | 248 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 15.75mm | 435.45g
- 09 Sep 2010
- London, United Kingdom