Why I Am A Lutheran Session 7

Now that you have a better understanding of Luther’s vocabulary and how it works, we’re going to dig into one of Luther’s key writings, Freedom of a Christian. As you’ll hear Dr. Croghan say, this is also a “mind-grinding” document – so don’t be surprised if you don’t get it, or don’t like it at first. No matter what, this next class should give you plenty to think about, and to talk about!

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