Luther and JustificationPastor Lutzer | None
When Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, he didn’t know that the world would be affected.
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Martin Luther felt a deep sense of angst in his soul, and turned to the Roman Catholic Church for answers. He disciplined his body, confessed for hours, and even sought the merits of the saints through holy relics. But he still wasn’t forgiven by God.
As he studied and taught Psalms and Romans, Luther discovered justification by faith alone, and history took a dramatic turn.