Martin Luther, one of the most notable theologians in Christian history, is responsible for initiating the Protestant Reformation. To some sixteenth century Christians he was hailed as a pioneering defender of truth and religious freedoms, to others he was charged as a heretic leader of a religious revolt. Today most Christians would agree that he influenced the shape of Protestant Christianity more than any other person.
Treatise on Good Worksby Martin Luther
Truly good works, Luther writes, are not those done with the pretension of doing works pleasing to God, but those that flow from faith. He goes on to discuss good works in the context of each of the Ten Commandments. This treatise was prepared with the interests of Luther's congregation at Wittenberg in mind, but it found a much wider audience.
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