Martin Luther Quote

I say that man without the grace of God nonetheless remains the general omnipotence of God who effects, and moves and impels all things in a necessary, infallible course; but the effect of man's being carried along is nothing—that is, avails nothing in God's sight, nor is reckoned to be anything but sin.


On the Bondage of the Will (1525)

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I say that man without the grace of God nonetheless remains the general omnipotence of God who effects, and moves and impels all things in a...

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I say that man without the grace of God nonetheless remains the general omnipotence of God who effects, and moves and impels all things in a...

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I say that man without the grace of God nonetheless remains the general omnipotence of God who effects, and moves and impels all things in a...

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I say that man without the grace of God nonetheless remains the general omnipotence of God who effects, and moves and impels all things in a...