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Trinitarian Grace in Martin Luther's The Bondage of the Will

Miikka Ruokanen

  • Establishes a genuinely new understanding of Martin Luther's major theological treatise The Bondage of the Will
  • Exposes the powerfully Trinitarian and participatory nature of Luther's conception of divine grace in his magnum opus
  • Reveals the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, neglected in Luther research, as an essential part of Luther's understanding of grace
  • Discovering Luther's Trinitarian doctrine of grace intensifies the ecumenical potential of his theology: Luther's conception of grace has connections not only with Protestant theological traditions but also with the doctrines of grace in Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, and Charismatic theologies
  • Verifies the Trinitarian vision of salvation “by grace alone” as the center of Luther's theology
  • Offers a crucial modification and advance to the world-renowned Finnish school of Luther interpretation
  • Establishes reconciliation of some degree between the views of Erasmus and Luther

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Published: 27 May 2021

238 Pages

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ISBN: 9780192895837


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Trinitarian Grace in Martin Luther's The Bondage of the Will

Miikka Ruokanen

  • Establishes a genuinely new understanding of Martin Luther's major theological treatise The Bondage of the Will
  • Exposes the powerfully Trinitarian and participatory nature of Luther's conception of divine grace in his magnum opus
  • Reveals the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, neglected in Luther research, as an essential part of Luther's understanding of grace
  • Discovering Luther's Trinitarian doctrine of grace intensifies the ecumenical potential of his theology: Luther's conception of grace has connections not only with Protestant theological traditions but also with the doctrines of grace in Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, and Charismatic theologies
  • Verifies the Trinitarian vision of salvation “by grace alone” as the center of Luther's theology
  • Offers a crucial modification and advance to the world-renowned Finnish school of Luther interpretation
  • Establishes reconciliation of some degree between the views of Erasmus and Luther

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Published: 27 May 2021

238 Pages

234x156mm

ISBN: 9780192895837


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