Patterson: Could Lutherans lead another reformation?





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Published on Aug 20, 2014

People Of YES! interview George Patterson who answers the query, "Could Lutherans lead another reformation?"

500 years ago, Luther's reforms in the Catholic Church gave rise to the Lutheran movement, which, in turn, inspired the Protestanet Reformation.

Lutherans then proved relevant to their times and culture, by reforming the doctrine of salvation by grace alone through faith alone.

However, Protestant denominations, today, have become largely irrelevant to their times and culture.

It is mostly tiny churches outside of classical denominational structures, that are welcoming millions into Christ's Kingdom round the world.

Could Lutherans lead another reformation, by returning to the New Testament's requirements for little churches that practice an intensive body life.

Contact Doctor Patterson at www.yesnet.pw



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