Reformation Day and The Roman Catholic Church

Reformation Day and The Roman Catholic Church

 
 
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It’s Reformation Day! On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther defiantly nailed a copy of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church. These 95 theses were a list of questions and propositions that Luther wished to debate. The first two of the theses contained Luther’s central idea, that God intended believers to seek repentance and that faith alone, and not deeds, would lead to salvation. The other 93 theses, a number of them directly criticizing the practice of indulgences, supported these first two. These 95 Theses would later become the foundation of the Protestant Reformation.

Today Matt is talking about the Reformation and the Roman Catholic Church. The Roman Catholic Church is surrounded not only with questionable doctrine but with a dark history as well.


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