The Roman Catholic view of ‘faith’ vs. the Lutheran view of ‘faith’

The full class is now posted (below) in mp3. 

St Peter's Basillica , Rome by James Mans                  

 The actual class starts about 5 min. into #1 (thanks to my Christian brother Brent’s lengthy questions)  😀

Views on ‘faith’ #1          Views on ‘faith’ #6

Views on ‘faith’ #2          Views on ‘faith’ #7

Views on ‘faith’ #3          Views on ‘faith’ #8

Views on ‘faith’ #4          Views on ‘faith’ #9

Views on ‘faith’ #5

Views of ‘faith’ – the entire class

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I should have titled them Views of ‘faith’, but it’s late and I’m not going to fix it now.

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Thanks to Pastor Mark Anderson.

And to flickr and James Mans,  for the photo.

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4 Responses

  1. Hey, Old Adam, thanks as always for your witness. I know there is a lot of work behind the scenes, and those who have been called appreciated it! Eric

  2. Old Adam,

    I look forward to listening! From your blog, I downloaded pastor Mark’s lecture entitled “Re-baptism,” where he explained the anabaptist view of faith and compared it with the Lutheran position. I look forward to seeing how these messages add to the comparison.

    As it seems to me (as the Pastor pointed out in the re-baptism lecture), the radical anabaptists were insistent upon making faith a “commitment of the will,” that was based upon a subjective epistemology. In other words, they knew that they were saved because they “felt saved” after they “made a faith committment.” This is in clear distinction to a pure passive (aka- Luther’s view).

    Anyways, thanks for this. I look forward to listening.

    Sincerely,

    Jared

  3. Jared,

    I think you have it exactly right!

    Glad you’re enjoying Pastor Mark’s teaching, my friend. And we always appreciate your insights.

    Thanks, Jared!

    – Steve (the Old Adam)

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