Disputatio pro declaratione virtutis indulgentiarum



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דיון לשם בירור תוקפם של שטרי המחילה הידוע בכינוי המקוצר התֶּזוֹת בלטינית Disputatio pro declaratione virtutis indulgentiarum היא מסה שחוברה על ידי מרטין לותר דוקטור לתאולוגיה וכומר גרמניאת המסה הכתובה בלטינית תלה לותר ב באוקטובר על.Disputatio pro declaratione virtutis indulgentiarum

King James Bible His hymns inspired the development declaratione virtutis ePUB ´ of congregational singing within Christianity His marriage to Katharina von Bora set a model for the practice of clerical marriage within ProtestantismMuch scholarly debate has concentrated on Luther's writings about the Jews His statements that Jews' homes should be destroyed their synagogues burned money confiscated and liberty curtailed were revived and used in propaganda by the Nazis in – As a result of this and his revolutionary theological views his legacy remains controversial.

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  1. says:

    Martin Luther's 95 thesis was an outspoken opposition against the immoral activities of the Catholic Church These were times when the Church was steeped in corruption and when innocent people's faith was exploited for money hoarding all in the name of religionThe corruption of the Church merits a book of itself and I suggest you do some research of your own on the subject and my recommendation would be the 'Vicar Of Christ' by Walter F Murphy which is an amazing work on the history of the Catholic Church and the papacyIn Luther's time salvation was promised to not the penitent and devout but to the rich and corrupt who could buy their way to heavenThe pope was the head of the canon law and exerted his dominion not only on the living but also reserved penitence to the dead and it was truly believed that getting pardon from the church could ensure one's salvation Martin Luther opposes this view by stating that the dead are freed from all canonical laws and no one can enter heaven by letters of pardon but rather by belief in god and practicing good deedsHe urges the people to come back to the Gospels the true word of godand put their faith in Jesus Christ and not on the blessings and hollow pardons of the churchHe cautions the people to be wary of the many corrupt practices and of the people who spread such talk and to find their strength in the word of GodIt is amazing to wonder what courage it took for Martin Luther to write these thesis in times when even a single word against the pope or the Orthodox Church was considered blasphemous and punishable by deathThis work sent shock waves through the Church and posed a real threat to their core beliefs and practicesThe Church knew that if people started following Luther then their unuestionable belief in the Church would be challenged and this would put the Catholic Church in a very precarious positionIt was to mark the beginning of a long ensuing battle between the Catholics and the Protestants

  2. says:

    Reading the statements that Martin included in his 95 affirmations puts it all in perspective; it is unbelievable the state of degradation in which the Catholic Church had fallen during those years Clearly from the statements that Martin wrote on his theses the Catholic Church had become a business where salvation was a matter of money and power and the Pope along with the entire clergy were corrupted In fact the C Church by playing on the ignorance of people started reuesting “gifts” for the remission of sins and for salvation and of course as one can imagine; the bigger the gift the greater the pardon Completely the opposite of Jesus' teachings; salvation is free and gift from God Ephesians 28 9I could go on all day talking about how the Catholic Church was corrupted anti biblical and anathema to the Truth But instead I will leave it to other readers to form their own opinions regarding the Church at that time However I will say that having had the chance to study this historical period of time in depth from the European perspective reading Martin’s words gave me a complete picture of this Christian man who became a revolutionary for standing up for the truthHistory teaches us that many times corruption hegemony and evil continue to get worse until someone takes a stand against what is wrong Martin did just that; he did not succumb to the corruption and power of the Church but took a stand I am sure that it would have been easier to comply with the Churches’ rules and be like everyone else What a man of integrity It is thanks to individuals like Martin and Rose Parks 1955 that we have certain freedoms in thought speech belief and existence today and we should not forget how blessed we are for that I would encourage all Christians to read these theses

  3. says:

    Martin Luther's 95 Theses was a hydrogen bomb hurled straight at the Papacy Written right at the time that the Gutenberg printing press was enabling the massive dissemination of dangerous ideas this short but incendiary argument against the abuses of the Church and its cynical hucksterism turned a minor theologian that Pope Leo once casually dismissed as a drunken German into a lightning rod revolutionary whose excommunication was guaranteedWhen Luther wrote it the Church was spending the money of its parishioners on lavishness with the gusto of the later robber barons and Hollywood hedonists The popes were sexing it up with similar elan Church sanctioned salesmen were rolling wagons from town to town hawking indulgences promising absolution as casually as selling ice creamLuther knew all this was a sham and his 95 theses point by point laid out why I'm not a fan of religion Christian Catholicism Protestantism or otherwise or even a fan of Luther per se but the man was brave and his argument provocative and its place in history is important enough to at least give a uick readKevinRKy 2016

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    Luther’s initial theses cut at an important tool of papal power—the papal indulgences The church had the monopoly on the commodity of forgiveness and its sale via indulgences was a significant source of revenue for the papacy Luther marshals reasons against the legitimacy of indulgences by stressing the exclusivity of God’s ability to forgive Theses 5 6 The pope is not only powerless to forgive Luther argued but he is also powerless to grant assurance via letters of pardon even though he were to “stake his soul upon it” Thesis 52 Luther also argues that in the case of indulgences purchased on behalf of souls already in purgatory it cannot be known for certain whether they are actually penitent Theses 10 20 Some in fact might not want to be released from purgatory Thesis 29 People who assume they are forgiven because they have purchased indulgences Luther asserts are “condemned eternally together with their teachers” Thesis 32Another way in which Luther challenges papal power is by rightly attributing the sale of papal indulgences to the greed of the clerics rather than to their genuine desire for souls to be forgiven of their sins Thesis 27 Instead of receiving money to forgive people the pope should instead intercede on their behalf Theses 26 48Luther further attacks papal power by setting up ethical expectations for him—expectations which he obviously did not fulfill He stated that if the pope knew what the pardon preachers were charging he would sooner let St Peter’s church burn to the ground then let this practice continue It was clear to most that the pope’s priorities were not thus ordered Perhaps most scathing is Luther’s uestion “Why does not the pope empty purgatory for the sake of holy love?” Luther does not uestion the belief in purgatory Thesis 10 et al He also takes for granted official positions of priesthood as men who are God’s vicars Further even at the height of his denunciation of the sale of indulgences he inserts a concession that the “remission and participation which are granted by the pope are in no way to be despised” thereby granting legitimacy to these offices and their functions Thesis 38 Luther’s reference to Mary as “the Mother of God” also smells strongly of Roman CatholicismThe Theses were revolutionary in their day primarily because they directly and reasonably challenged the greatest religious force in the world During a time in which tradition was elevated above the word of God Luther heightens the importance of Scripture by railing against the practice of spending sermon time on pardons than on actually preaching the Word Thesis It is also likely that no one before had spoken so boldly about the rank materialism of the church which valued money above the Gospel Thesis 62 65 The Theses were sufficient to spark the Protestant Reformation because they provided a publicly written rallying point for those who already felt the moral disgust and doctrinal disagreement with the Roman Catholic Church It was a manifesto of sorts providing a series of statements concerning how true Christians should believe and behave The currents of history were already swirling toward this revolution; by publishing the points of difference this document became the clear voice for the ideas and sentiments of the reformers

  5. says:

    This was not at all what I was expecting These thesis caused a schism in the church They caused an ongoing bloodbath that went on for decades This was huge The nailing of these thesis were one of the monumental moments of civilization I had pictured Martin Luther shouting and waving his hammer about as he nailed them to the door I had pictured the thesis as1 Pope is a liar I expected each thesis to show biblically that the Catholic church was not based on the Bible but they were nothing like that Not at all I had to read them 4 times to be sure I was understanding what Luther was trying to say I was shockedLuther's only beef was with the sale of indulgences That's it His arguments were common sense and not antagonistic towards the pope or the church He seemed rather polite in his arguments Such as how the pope would surely prefer you to do good works instead of buying indulgences Give your money to the poor rather than to the pope who is already rich The pope would rather have your prayers than your money I was disappointed that Luther didn't really sock it to the corrupt church but considering the after effects of these polite thesis he was wise to keep it toned down What is scarysad confusing is the great Sir Thomas More wrote a scathing rebuttal to these thesis How is it possible to refute arguments like these?

  6. says:

    Many know of Luther's 95 Theses but few have read them I decided to read them and I was shocked at how bold he was Through this book I learned about the history as to why Luther posted his theses and the impact that it made He was remarkably bold These are some of my favorite 3 23 24 27 28 32 43 44 45 53 54 62 86My favoriteThesis 62The true treasure of the Church is the Most Holy Gospel of the glory and the grace of God

  7. says:

    Martin had good points 🤔

  8. says:

    This is a great resource for those wanting to gain a deeper understanding of the document and the ideas that set the Reformation in motion I knew the basic facts Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg and he was protesting against certain practices and teachings that had arisen within the Catholic Church such as indulgences and purgatory This book has given me a greater understanding of the specifics and in the words of Martin Luther himself no lessHowever it’s not only useful for its historical insight The Bible itself says there is nothing new under the sun and as I read through this book I was struck by the fact that although Luther was addressing specific practices of the time many of his supporting arguments are just as relevant to us today as they were to the church 500 years ago What is true penitence? In what or whom do we place our hope—works or faith? The excerpts here often highlighted to me that we still share the same weaknesses and tendencies as those Luther originally addressed even if they manifest in different ways in our modern worldEach ‘chapter’ one for each thesis point is relatively short so this is an ideal resource for those who are looking for something that can be taken in and digested in small bites I actually think that is the profitable way to read this as the translation while eminently readable is still scholarly in style and the substance of Luther’s arguments is worth reflecting onThe one thing I would say is that I would have preferred a definite distinction between the words of each of Luther’s theses and the excerpts that followed It took me a couple of chapters to realise that the first line in each chapter was actually the thesis point and the text that followed was the excerpt taken from Luther’s other writings However that is a very minor detail I have no hesitation in recommending this to anyone who would like to deepen their understanding of why Luther felt it necessary to stand up to the church leaders of his dayI received a copy of this book from the publisher This has not influenced the content of my review which is my honest and unbiased opinion

  9. says:

    Enough has been said previously about cross and punishments Rarely do you hear a sermon about it today When I first have read the 95 Theses which looked like a theological pamphlet it reminded me of the glossed mottos of the early Iberic medieval literature It seemed that at least some of those 95 mottos should somehow be developed glossed in a comprehensive and didact way It must have also occurred to Luther who by the end of 1518 just one year after the publication of the Theses wrote these Explanations in answer to he being summoned to RomeAlthough this book have intended to clarify his theological views in any moment it appears to be an apology for his previously stated opinions Luther makes sure that his point of view is well fundamented displaying his extensive knowledge about both the Holy Book and of the Church's canon and history Sadly his argumentative style is somewhat repetitive exhaustive and it looks like by the half of the book that even him is tired of insisting in those few nevralgic points of the Indulgences

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    I suppose it was about time I finally read this Short interesting and to the point It did have to fit on a door after all I was surprised to find that although Luther was concerned with indulgence dealers swindling people out of their money he was even concerned with ordinary Christians believing they could get off so easily “True contrition seeks and loves penalties but liberal pardons only relax penalties and cause them to be hatedChristians are to be exhorted that they be diligent in following Christ their Head through penalties deaths and hell; and thus be confident of entering into heaven rather through many tribulations than through the assurance of peace” It seems that the problem for Luther wasn’t so much that priests were benefitting financially from the common man’s fear of purgatory as that they weren’t putting enough fear of purgatory into the common man

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