Martin Luther's Theology of the Cross
Martin Luther's Theology of the Cross
1 Corinthians 1:18-31
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Sunday School,  October 27, 2013
 

How do we grapple with the tension between expectation and reality? How do we understand the ways of God when he acts contrary to our expectations? Martin Luther's theology of the cross highlights faith, especially in the midst of suffering, as the means by which we comprehend the truth of God when he acts in ways that are hard to understand.

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