Why I Am A Lutheran Session 5

By now, you have been hearing all sorts of language that may be familiar to you, but it might be used in a slightly different way than you expect. In this fifth session, Dr. Croghan unpacks some of the common vocabulary of a Christian: law, good works, and sin.

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