Martin Luther became pastor of the congregation at Wittenberg in
1515. He used this opportunity to enlighten his congregation on
faith and works. Luther challenged the Pope by saying that the
Bible was the ultimate authority not the Pope. Luther preached his
conviction that faith alone not good works is our salvation. Good
works are special only if they accompany faith. Good works are of
value when they come from God. Of all of Luther's writings he felt
that this was his favorite. Luther said that Paul's letters
influences his Protestantism more than any other part of the Bible.
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