Reconciling Luther’s anti-semitism.
As we do “good men” owning slaves. Luther’s theology was emerging,and he was a man of his times.
Name me one “good man” who is not also deeply flawed.
''Name me one''good man'' who is not deeply flawed''. Jesus Christ. Slavery, even in the Bible, is inexcusable. Luther's aim was to reinterpret Holy Scripture in what he felt was it's real meaning and to also point out the venal and corrupted entity the Church of Rome had become. A pretty tall order for anyone to do, especially at the time he did.
posted on 03/31/2013 8:21:25 AM PDT
(Political correctness is cultural Marxism. I'm not a Marxist.)
Name me one good man who is not also deeply flawed.
Yeshua Ben Yosef.
posted on 03/31/2013 9:06:25 AM PDT
by Old Sarge
(We are officially over the precipice, we just havent struck the ground yet...)
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