Considered to be one of Martin Luther’s “Primary Works,” many have included this small treatise on Christian freedom among the most important of all his writings. Nineteenth-century theologian Philip Schaff claimed, “The beautiful tract on ‘Christian freedom’ is a pearl among Luther’s writings . . . [it] must meet the approval of every true Christian, whether Catholic or Protestant. It breathes the spirit of a genuine disciple of St. Paul. It is full of heroic faith and childlike simplicity.”
If you want to discover what it truly means to be free in Christ, this book is what you’ve been waiting for. Here is a must-read for any Christian who wants a brief summation of what the Christian life is supposed to look like.