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The Bondage of the Will

Author Martin Luther
Narrator Nadia May
Runtime 7 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio Classics
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Release Date November 30, 2001
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

First published in 1525, Martin Luther's Bondage of the Will is acknowledged by theologians as one of the great masterpieces of the Reformation. It is Luther response to Desiderius Erasmus' Diatribe on Free Will, written in his direct and unique style, combining deep spirituality with humor.

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First published in 1525, Martin Luther's Bondage of the Will is acknowledged by theologians as one of the great masterpieces of the Reformation. It is Luther response to Desiderius Erasmus' Diatribe on Free Will, written in his direct and unique style, combining deep spirituality with humor.

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LISTEN OFTEN TO THIS CLASSIC!
I'm thrilled with this audio book! I have owned the Packer/Johnson translation for 40 years but it is this weaker translation as an audio book that has helped to enjoy and profit so much from this classic. I will listen often and hope you will join me soon.
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Review by / (Posted on 9/21/2015)
Dr. Luther is Dr. Luther and carries the Argument extremely well
I have found Dr. Luther to be one of my favorite writers as he tends to be blunt Though many of today's Pastors would find Luther to be bombastic, I find him refreshing! As one who was leaning toward law, Bondage of the Will is written in a legal brief style that is to say it is not brief, and upon listening to all of it I give it 4 stars losing one for redundancy. That said those of us who are Reformed in our Understanding of the Bible support Dr. Luther's side verbatim
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Review by / (Posted on 8/1/2015)
Why did they use a female voice for this book?
I just don't understand it. This is a book written by a man. A man with a particularly masculine style in his writings. Why on earth did they choose a female voice to narrate this book? It is distracting in its oddity, to hear the rather well-known words of a rather well-known man in a female voice. This was a highly regrettable decision by the creators of this audiobook.
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