The book of Galatians famously lays out the one true gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ in black and white. Why not visit us at All Souls Church for our upcoming sermon series to learn more about the good news of justification by faith. (Galatians series starts Sunday April 9th at 10:00 AM.)
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Assuming you are nerdy enough you might enjoy my presentation of a paper about Martin Luther's personal understanding of the doctrine of sanctification especially as some in Reformed circles accuse Luther of having no real understanding of sanctification at all. I contend that by examining Luther in his own words even we Reformed believers can discover otherwise.
Just in case you don't know
WHO WAS MARTIN LUTHER?
Martin Luther (Nov 10, 1483 - Feb 18, 1546) was a German theologian, an Augustinian monk, and an ecclesiastical reformer whose teachings inspired the Reformation and deeply influenced the doctrines and culture of the Lutheran and Protestant traditions. Luther's call to the Church to return to the teachings of the Bible led to the formation of new traditions within Christianity and to the Counter-Reformation, the Roman Catholic reaction to these movements.
Luther's contributions to Western civilization went beyond the life of the Christian Church. Luther's translations of the Bible helped to develop a standard version of the German language and added several principles to the art of translation. Luther's hymns inspired the development of congregational singing in Christianity.
Rev. R Crabtree
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