The Influence Of Martin Luther's Doctrines

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There is no question that Martin Luther is one of the most prominent figures in the Church history, and especially in Western history. His doctrines were a large driving force of the Protestant Reformation. Protestantism was largely shaped by the doctrines of scripture and salvation from Luther. While Luther was very critical of the Catholic Church, he kept a distance from the radical beliefs of other reformers. It’s amazing to see all that transpired from a man just wanting to stand up for what he believed about God, us and salvation. From his “Three Solas” to “Free Will”, “The Priesthood of All Believers” and “The Sacraments”, Luther’s Doctrines are still impacting theological history today.
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