Theology 11-16-11 - • luther held the idea of impueded...

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Notes from the council of trent: Similar to nicea and others we have studied Created a counter reformation (against protestant) Reaffirms and clarifies catholic belief Declarations on a number of issues - were reading on predestination and justification specifically again luther Original sin - correspondence between luther and trent - we are born into a situation where we are not perfect- state of unrightousness before good - our will is weakened through original sin but trent says will is not destroyed luther does that we have no will and we are over all bad people - we are still able to chose we have free will Through the death of christ original sin is overturned - agreeance with luther - though he died for all not all recieve the salvation because they do not make it part of them - when choose with god we recieve the grace when we choose against we do not recieve it - baptism is a sign of faith (baptism by water and desire) - all in agreeance with luther prevenient grace - grace is in people who are not baptized through ones free will
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Unformatted text preview: • luther held the idea of impueded righteousness but trent says rightneousness we recieve is an actual righteousness - in baptism sins are forgiven and removed and the person is fulled with the holy spirit we maintain righeousness through our actions - luther thinks out sins are mearly covered over • faith with out works is dead - we must maintain our holiness after we are baptized • agree we are justified by faith but not faith alone - trent needs work luther needs no work • if we sin we are rebelling against grace of god • those who fall away from grace can also recover their grace again • trent u lose the grace of justification when u commit a serious sin but you can still repent in confession and penance • absolution removes eternal punishment and penance "if you commit the crime u must pay the time" if u commit a sin then you will be fully restored in the church - luther rejects all of this...
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course THEOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Farley during the Fall '11 term at Saint Louis.

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