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    Este volumen incluye dos clásicos de Martín Lutero: 95 Tesis y La voluntad determinada. 95 Tesis: Originalmente escrito en 1517, este tesoro es tal vez el texto más importante de la Reforma por lo menos en impacto. Estas tesis son los argumentos públicos de Lutero en contra de las prácticas comunes de la iglesia romana, en donde él desafía el uso de las indulgencias, la veneración al Papa, entre otras cosas. La voluntad determinada: Primeramente publicado en 1525, esta obra de arte es la respuesta de Lutero a Desiderius Erasmus "La diatriba del libre albedrío". En este libro, Lutero escribe sobre la depravación del hombre y la soberanía de Dios, especialmente en cuanto a la salvación de la raza humana. Lutero argumenta que el hombre es solamente libre para elegir lo que su naturaleza le permite, y por lo tanto, es esclavo de su pecado hasta que Dios soberanamente interviene para salvarlo. This volume contains two classics by Martin Luther: 95 Theses and The Bondage of the Will Theses: Originally written in 1517, this treatise is perhaps the most important text of the Reformation, at least in impact. These theses are Luther's public argumentation against the common practices of the Roman Church, where he challenges the use of indulgences, the veneration of the Pope, among other things. The Bondage of the Will: First published in 1525, this masterpiece is Luther's response to Desiderius Erasmus' "Diatribe on Free Will". In this book, Luther writes about man's depravity and God's sovereignty, especially regarding the salvation of mankind. Luther argues that man is only free to choose what his nature allows him to choose, and therefore he is always in bondage to his sin until God sovereignly intervenes in saving him.

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    Martín Lutero fue un teólogo y reformista alemán y el catalizador de la Reforma Protestante del siglo XVI. A través de sus palabras y acciones, Lutero precipitó un movimiento que reformuló ciertos principios de las creencias cristianas que resultaron en la división del cristianismo occidental entre el catolicismo romano y las nuevas tradiciones protestantes. Él es uno de las figuras más influyentes de la historia del cristianismo. Martin Luther, was a German theologian and religious reformer who was the catalyst of the 16th-century Protestant Reformation. Through his words and actions, Luther precipitated a movement that reformulated certain basic tenets of Christian belief and resulted in the division of Western Christendom between Roman Catholicism and the new Protestant traditions. He is one of the most influential figures in the history of Christianity.

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    UPC9781087702322
    BrandLifeWay
    Weight0.85 lbs.
    Pages240

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