A galatákhoz írt levél - bibliamagyarázat by HEINRICH LANGERBERG - HUNGARIAN TRANSLATION of Der Galaterbrief / Heinrich Langenberg describes in this work the unconditional grace and the problem of divine justice
A galatákhoz írt levél - bibliamagyarázat by HEINRICH LANGERBERG - HUNGARIAN TRANSLATION of Der Galaterbrief / Heinrich Langenberg describes in this work the unconditional grace and the problem of divine justice.
About the Author:
Heinrich Langenberg was born on 08.04.1876 in Bremen. After previous high school education he studied theology in Basel. After that he served several evangelical Free church communities (Baptists) as preachers. It was only in his second half of life that he began to work as a writer and evangelist. A variety of writings were written during this time by him and published in part. He sought again and again the conversation with believers and sat down with word and writing for overcoming denominational boundaries. God gave him his spiritual freshness until old age. At the age of 97, he was working on the completion of his life's work. Heinrich Langenberg died after a short illness on 30.12.1972.
E levél forradalmi módon hathatott és mélyen felkavaró lehetett azok számára, akiknek gondolkodását és érzésvilágát még áthatotta a törvény tanítása és a farizeusi kegyes életforma. Jézus Krisztus, a Messiás megjelenése és váltságműve felszabadította és szabaddá tette az embert a törvény alól, és a feltétel nélküli kegyelem igazsága juthatott érvényre.
Pál ezt az igazságot képviselte ebben a levelében.
Heinrich Langenberg describes in this work the unconditional grace and the problem of divine justice. The goal is the restoration of fraternal communion.
The pious, thinking Christian of today finds it hard to think of the problem of a lawless gospel of unconditional grace with his purely human, natural sense of justice. The apostle Paul was called to proclaim precisely this, as revolutionary, as his gospel, which he defended with the utmost determination against Judaism.
This letter could have been revolutionary and deeply disturbing for those whose minds and feelings were still penetrated by the doctrine of the law and the perfectionist life of the Pharisees. The appearance and ransom of Jesus Christ, the Messiah, delivered and liberated man from the law, and the truth of unconditional grace could come to pass.
Paul described this truth in this letter.
This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!