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‘An active, mighty thing’

The German Reformer Martin Luther was insistent that our salvation is based upon faith alone.

History Professor Michael Haykin
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‘Faith alone, … before works, and without works, appropriates the benefits of redemption, which is nothing other than justification, or deliverance from sin.’ Given such a theological affirmation, there have been some who have argued that Luther’s view of saving faith inevitably leads to indifference to good works. But this is a very unjust accusation.