Flashcards in Lesson 12 Deck (19):
Martin Luther was only 34 years old when he wrote his thesis.
He originally prepared 97 theses.
Luther's summation of faith was: Faith alone, Christ alone, and Tradition alone.
Luther rejected tradition in favor of Scripture.
Luther believed the authority of Scripture could be found in the gospel.
Luther believed that the Spirit would teach the whole New Testament
Luther's interpretation of Scripture revolved around the concept of following the leading of the Spirit of God.
Luther believed that man had the full ability to choose God without help from God
Justification by faith is God's impartation of righteousness of Christ to us by faith.
The Universal Priesthood of Believers can be summarized as meaning every Christian must go to the priest for penance.
Luther accepted the church's teaching on transubstantiation.
The teaching that Christ's real blood and body are present in the Eucharist is called consubstantiation.
Luther emphasized "justification by faith" to the exclusion of repentance, baptism, and holiness.
The right of each state to choose their own religion is called Peace of Augustine.
Protestants received their name because they were in favor of reform and reformation.
An "Edict of Toleration" allowed for religious freedom of worship for all faiths
The Inquisition was most severe in Spain
Luther believed in infant baptism