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" My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before God as a sinner troubled in conscience, and I had no confidence that my merit would assuage him. Therefore I did not love a just and angry God, but rather hated and murmured against him.... "
Romans - Page 34
de Art Ross, Martha Stevenson - 1999 - 92 pages
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Renewal Theology: Systematic Theology from a Charismatic Perspective

John Rodman Williams - 1996 - 1466 pages
...he came to realize that nothing he did could measure up to God's righteous demand. "My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...angry God, but rather hated and murmured against him." Luther, "impeccable monk," was utterly destitute before God. (Quotations from Here 1 Stand: A Life...
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Christian Justice and Public Policy

Duncan B. Forrester - 1997 - 296 pages
...to mean that justice whereby God is just and deals justly in punishing the unjust. My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...rather hated and murmured against him. Yet I clung to the dear Paul and had a great yearning to know what he meant. Night and day I pondered until I saw...
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Europe, 1500-1600

J. A. P. Jones - 1997 - 360 pages
...it to mean that justice whereby God is just and deals justly in punishing sinners. My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...troubled in conscience and I had no confidence that my merits, my good works, would assuage him. Therefore I did not love a just and angry God but rather...
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The Shape of Sola Scriptura

Keith A. Mathison - 2001 - 370 pages
...to mean that justice whereby God is just and deals justly in punishing the unjust. My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...rather hated and murmured against him. Yet I clung to the dear Paul and had a great yearning to know what he meant. o J o Night and day I pondered until...
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Always Reforming: A History of Christianity Since 1300

Craig D. Atwood - 2001 - 414 pages
...wrath. He knew from personal experience that no one can be truly righteous before God: My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...God, but rather hated and murmured against him. Yet I dung to the dear Paul and had a great yearning to know what he meant. Night and day I pondered until...
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The Cambridge Companion to Christian Ethics

Robin Gill - 2001 - 316 pages
...altered assessment of the significance of human ethical striving. Before this experience, Luther says he 'did not love a just and angry God, but rather hated and murmured against him'. When he realised that 'the justice of God is that righteousness by which through sheer grace and sheer...
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The Theology of Paul's Letter to the Romans

Klaus Haacker - 2003 - 206 pages
...to mean that justice whereby God is just and deals justly in punishing the unjust. My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...rather hated and murmured against him. Yet I clung to the dear Paul and had a great yearning to know what he meant. Night and day I pondered until I saw...
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Psalm Culture and Early Modern English Literature

Hannibal Hamlin - 2004 - 310 pages
...to mean that justice whereby God is just and deals justly in punishing the unjust. My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...rather hated and murmured against him. Yet I clung to the dear Paul and had a great yearning to know what he meant. Night and day I pondered until I saw...
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Embracing the Darkness

Daniel Mann - 2004 - 254 pages
...unfit to praise God. Fortunately, Luther had only one place to turn in his desperation. He writes, "Although an impeccable monk, I stood before God as...conscience, and I had no confidence that my merit would satisfy Him...Day and night I pondered until I saw the connection between the justice of God and the...
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Paul And The Religious Experience Of Reconciliation

Gilbert I. Bond - 2005 - 194 pages
...to mean that justice whereby God is just and deals justly in punishing the unjust. My situation was that, although an impeccable monk, I stood before...rather hated and murmured against him. Yet I clung to the dear Paul and had a great yearning to know what he meant. Night and day I pondered until I saw...
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