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Human Will in Contemporary Lutheran Thought (2 vols.)

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Christians have debated the role of the human will in salvation and sanctification for millennia. This collection brings together two respected Lutheran scholars, Robert Kolb and Gerhard Forde, who flesh out Luther’s theology of human will by contrasting the Reformer’s arguments against those of Erasmus and key Lutheran documents like the Formula of Concord. These explorations shed light on important moments in this historic discussion, providing salient points for teaching, preaching, and research.

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  • Studies the debate between Erasmus and Luther on free will in Christian life and thought
  • Compares Luther’s thoughts to key Lutheran theological documents
  • Gathers contributions from two respected Lutheran scholars

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