Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Breaking Luther: New Series


The knowledge of Martin Luther in the modern world is... well ridiculously pathetic.

Luther, who was an Augustinian monk, cut himself off of Christ's life giving vine in the 16th century establishing his own religion.  During and after his departure from the true fold, Dr. Luther (as he wished to be called) proposed a number of novelties that are not well know today, or outright ignored. 

The goal of this series is to provide specific examples of the various Lutheran heresies (most of which are not well known) and bring people to a point where they must ask the question "Why am I following a monk that supposes himself an unquestionable authority when he again and again supports heretical positions condemned since the beginning of the Church?"


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