Did the disagreement between the Catholic Church and Protestant Church on the issue of salvation by grace alone end in 1999?
Do Lutherans believe that the sacraments are necessary for salvation (similar to Catholics), and if so, how do they reconcile this with Sola Fide?
Can the forensic justication doctrine be characterized as false justification contrary to fact and truth?
What is the Lutheran doctrine of consubstantiation and how does it differ from transubstantiation and a more general protestant sacramental view?
Are Lutherans comfortable with worshipping a consecrated host or do they consider it to be idolatry?
In Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Lutheranism, what are the main explanations on the matter of why Jesus Christ needed to be baptized?
According to LCMC Lutheranism, why is human imagination considered evil, when unsaved people do some amazingly good things?
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