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SOURCE: Athanatos Christian Ministries
The two new additions are from Martin Luther's popular writings on the discussion of free will as well his commentary on the book of Galatians
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Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2012 -- Athanatos Christian Ministries announces two additions to their product catalog from prominent Christian theologian, Martin Luther. The two new additions cover the topic of free will as well as a commentary on the book of Galatians. Luther’s writings have been the source of inspiration for authors within the Christian community, as well as those who are viewed as secular authors, but draw many concepts from Christian foundations. ACM Executive Director Anthony Horvath highly recommends Luther's writings for those new to apologetics, as well as those who have been studying it for years. "It's hard to find a more significant figure in the Christian theology movement. These two writings of Luther are must reads for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of apologetics and how it has grown in the history of Christianity," says Horvath.
In a topic that has that been hotly debated for several hundred years, the concept of “free will” covers many divisive issues that are in the media daily. As the world has grown in knowledge and seen advancement in science and technology, the concept of free will has become a target of those outside the realm of Christianity to see to prove answers outside of the scope of the Gospel.
In The Bondage of the Will, Martin Luther seeks to answer the challenges presented by Erasmus on the topic of free will and what resulted was a classic publication in Christian theology. As the calendar has advanced through multiple generations since the original writing of the book, those on both sides of the topic continue to seek to persuade theother. Just as Luther relied on ‘sola scriptura’ in this defense of the topic, as you read this classic version you will be able to weigh the evidence and decide for yourself. In this edition, you will find an index of keywords, as well as an index of Bible references, to aid the serious researcher.
The second publication is Martin Luther’s Commentary on Galatians. In this classic commentary on the Apostle Paul’s epistle to the Galatians, Luther’s writings was influential in helping move Protestantism towards an understanding of the Gospel,
which is foundational to many in the Christian faith to this day. Luther’s Commentary on Galatians is available in print format, as well as e-book format, and it comes with a helpful index to help track down concepts, keywords and theological terms as they
emerge in Luther’s writings. Luther's Commentary on Galations is available at Amazon in printed paperback format or also on Kindle. The publication is also available on Athanatos Christian Ministries website.
Athanatos Christian Ministries, an apologetics ministry with an emphasis on defending the Faith through the arts and literature since its founding in 2008. ACM’s purpose is to apply the Christian world view in creative contexts that range from Christian apologetics
to education to literature and the arts and anything else it can imagine to edify the church. ACM has a significant emphasis on the arts and literature because it perceives that the culture has extraordinary influence on faith formation; usually a negative influence. For
this reason ACM encourages Christians to participate in the culture in meaningful ways with works of art that exhibit excellence.
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