Monday, December 27, 2010

Mondays with Marty

In this week's installment from Off the Record with Martin Luther, Luther writes about counseling those who are troubled by the preaching of the Word:
"5288. God can tolerate glory in the world now and then, for example, in the case of jurists and doctors, but He cannot bear it in regard to theologians. Because a glory-seeking theologian necessarily diminishes Christ, who saved the entire world with his blood. God cannot permit that; that is why ambitious theologians are soon brought down and shattered..'" (p. 289)
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1 comment:

Todd said...


I attend a Grace Brethren church in Ohio. I was wondering what the college teaches in regard to predestination? Thanks, for your time.