Carl Trueman on Reading Martin Luther Well

Reading Luther Not Wisely But Well: Part One

Reading Luther Not Wisely But Well: Part Two

Published by John Bugay

"We are His workmanship," His poiema, His "poetry." If you've ever studied poetry, or struggled to write a poem, you understand the care God takes to "work all things together for good" in our lives. For this reason, and many others, I believe in the Sovereignty of God. I have seen His hand working in my life, and I submit myself to His merciful will, with all my being.

One reply on “Carl Trueman on Reading Martin Luther Well”

  1. Especially liked “reading Luther in the controversy” he is in at the time of writing! This is why the Heidelberg Luther sounds different from the 95 Theses Luther!


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