This sixth session continues unpacking some of the common Christian vocabulary Luther used: righteousness, flesh, spirit, grace, and faith.
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Confessing the Faith
Galatians Session 1
Galatians Session 2
Galatians Session 3
Galatians Session 4
Galatians Session 5
Galatians Session 6
Galatians Session 7
Introduction to Luther
Luther and Society
Means of Grace
Spreading the Message
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 1
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 2
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 3
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 4
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 5
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 6
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 7
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 8
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 9
Why did Luther get rid of the idea of purgatory?
How does one lose their freedom as a Christian?
The Lord's Prayer: Third Petition
The Means of Grace: Lord's Supper
Spreading The Message: Printing Press
Where Are We Today: Does Being Lutheran Matter?
Where Are We Today: Mean To Be Ecumenical?
Can break the Law by following the speed limit?
Unexpected Consequences: What Did It Start?
Active and passive righteousness differences
Is God fair?
How can “good works” be your problem?
The difference between human laws and God’s law?
Lutheran Vocabulary: Good Works
Here I Stand: Augsburg Confession
The Bible: Purpose
Spreading The Message: Educating Families
Can we cooperate with God in good works?
Do you have a free will?
Free To Be: Bound Will
Changes in the Church: Changes in Worship
Why don’t philosophy and faith agree?
Lutheran Vocabulary: Justified by Faith