If both the Orthodox and Catholic Church affirm salvation by grace through faith, why did the Protestant Reformation happen?
How do Protestants who say Catholicism doesn't teach the true Gospel understand a Catholic person’s faith in Jesus?
What is the history behind/Origin of the doxology that often gets added to the end of the Lord's prayer?
Did the disagreement between the Catholic Church and Protestant Church on the issue of salvation by grace alone end in 1999?
According to Protestantism, what are the strongest apologetic arguments against the doctrine of Intercession of Saints?
According to Protestants following the Reformation, what did Jesus mean when he said "do this and you will live"?
According to Protestant interpretations why does God want people to serve Him when He doesn’t need it?
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