Why I Am A Lutheran Session 4

In this fourth hour, Dr. Croghan identifies the central premise of a Lutheran confession. Listen as Dr. Croghan walks you through the early days of Luther's struggle with the Apostle Paul and his breakthrough understanding of justification by faith.

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