Category Archives: Luther

They Were Warned

It must be recognized that the errors of Luther began before he nailed the 95 Theses to the door of the Catholic Church in Wittenberg, but it is that date, October 31, 1517 which is remembered by Protestants as the … Continue reading

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Luther on the Eucharist

Many Protestants reject the concept of the Real Presence of Jesus Christ with regard to the Eucharist, or as they refer to it more often “The Lord’s Supper” or “Holy Communion” (we, Catholics, do use those terms too on occasion, … Continue reading

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The Fatal Flaws in Sola Fide

The fatal flaw of sola fide can be found in the ONLY verse in the Bible which uses the words “faith” and “alone” (sola fide) together.  That verse is James 2:24: You see that a man is justified by works … Continue reading

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Luther on the Eucharist

What did Martin Luther believe regarding the Eucharist? Who, but the devil, has granted such license of wresting the words of the holy Scripture? Who ever read in the Scriptures, that my body is the same as the sign of … Continue reading

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Why Was Luther Wrong – Part 8 – Purgatory

This is Part 8 of a series of 8 presenting “Why Was Luther Wrong” using Exsurge Domini from Pope Leo X.  This section deals with Luther’s errors on Purgatory. 37. Purgatory cannot be proved from Sacred Scripture which is in the … Continue reading

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Luther on the Magnificat

Without commentary (let there be commentary in the comments section)… To His Serene Highness, Prince John Frederick, Duke Of Saxony, Landgrave Of Thuringia, Margrave Of Meissen, My Gracious Lord And Patron SERENE and high-born Prince, gracious Lord! May your Grace … Continue reading

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Luther on Honoring Mary

Early Luther thoughts on Mary… I had a bit of trouble finding the above quote exactly as presented above, perhaps it came from a different translation.  I did find this: For more:  http://cathapol.blogspot.com/2011/01/reformers-on-mary-update.html The CathApol Blog is a portal to … Continue reading

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