ICYMI: Robert Kolb on Christian Freedom

Robert Kolb recently gave two lectures to the Congregational Faculty (Församlingsfakulteten), a.k.a. Lutheran School of Theology, in Göteborg, Sweden, on Martin Luther’s understanding of Christian freedom. They are based on his recent book Luther’s Treatise On Christian Freedom and Its Legacy. Please note: the introduction to the lectures is spoken in Swedish, but the lectures themselves are in English.

“Freedom from Our Enemies”

“Freedom for True Human Living”

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  1. Carolyn Burns January 19, 2021
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    Thanks you to John Pless for alerting me to this.

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