He Did not Save

December 1917
America;12/29/1917, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p295
The article asserts that the principle laid down by theologian Martin Luther, the principle of the private interpretation of the Bible, destroyed the cohesion of the body of the faithful under the rule and headship of one pastor. It contends that Luther's cardinal tenet that there is no other fountain of revealed truth for the Christian than the Bible is in itself a principle of schism of disunion and disintegration.


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