Why I Am A Lutheran Session 3

In this third hour, Dr. Croghan talks about Luther questioning what he had been taught and raised to believe. As you listen, you may have the same experience as he talks about the role of philosophy in theology, the role of good works in the life of faith and the mother of all topics: free will.

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