Luther, Erasmus, Freedom, Doctrine, and the Wonder of It All

Martin Luther (1483-1546) and Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466-1536) are referred to as humanists, because they studied the "humanities" and were well educated thinkers; nothing like the humanists of today—who are secular (that is, "antichrist") humanists; who have made humanism itself into a religion that worships man.  The Dutchman Erasmus was a scholar of the highest type, but his faith appears to have been cold academia of the Scriptures, not the fiery faith of the German Luther, whose scholarshi

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“I Cried, He Answered” — A Faithful Record of Remarkable Answers to Prayer (1918), compiled and edited by Henry W. Adams, Norman H. Camp, William Norton, and F.A. Steven, with an Introduction by Charles Gallaudet Trumbull; 128pp., original print was very small, so enlarged it 22% and made into 6x9 pb., 288pp., 14.50 + P&H. [READY]


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