Last lesson we closed with Martin Luther and his conflict with the teaching of his church on works and some other doctrinal issues. Today we pick up with some of the issues that he dealt with.
We have on two different occasions visited Wittenberg, once when it was in East Germany and the last time it was when it became part of unified Germany. The main reason for our visit was to see the Castle and study the reformation on site.
According to Roman Catholicism, once a person is baptized and his original sin is removed, he must perform good works because they are also necessary for salvation. (CCC 2068).