Martin Luther's Third Sola Analysis

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Martin Luther was a brave christian of the 1500’s, he posted the 95 theses on the door of the church and challenged the use of indulgences. He believed very staunchly in Christianity and taught the five solas. The first of the five was: Sola Scriptura, meaning that the Bible is over us and in ultimate authority. This meant that Luther recited the bible and God's word before speaking. The second Sola was: Sola Fide, meaning that we aren't saved by works or good deeds but by faith alone in Jesus Christ. Luther loved to emphasize this and teach that you can’t get to heaven through good works. The Third Sola, Sola Gratia meant: That we are only saved by God's grace not our deeds. Martin Luther couldn’t stress enough that we are loved by God and

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