Friday, October 13, 2017

Whatever Became of Repentance?


WHERE WE STAND
Whatever Became of Repentance?
How we can change the angry cultural debates online and in church.
Mark Galli
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther is said to have posted 95 theses, or "Disputation on the Power of Indulgences," on the door of All Saints Church. Luther was disturbed by how indulgences encouraged people to pay for forgiveness rather than repent. Instead, Luther argued: "Our Lord and Master Jesus Christ, when he said 'Repent,' willed that the whole life of believers should be repentance." That is as hard to swallow today as it was then. continue reading >>


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