ICYMI: Robert Kolb on Christian Freedom

Robert Kolb recently gave two lectures to the Congregational Faculty (F√∂rsamlingsfakulteten), a.k.a. Lutheran School of Theology, in G√∂teborg, 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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