In this Issue: Consciences Held Captive

Monday, 01 Mar 2010

"Unless I consider myself convicted by the testimony of Holy Scripture, which is my basis, my conscience is captive to the Word of God." With these famous words, Martin Luther publically recovered Scripture from relative obscurity in the medieval church. For Luther and the other Reformers, the recovery of justification by faith alone coincided with a conscience-bound need to affirm the full authority of the Bible. Christianity is, after all, a revealed religion, one in which the gospel is good news but also new news that is presented to us exclusively in the ...

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