The Real Reformation

Martin Luther took a major step in crystallizing Reformation theology when he introduced a "theology of the cross" in April of 1518 in Heidelberg. Some say his "Heidelberg Disputation" was more significant than the 95 Theses. Luther noted: "The love of God does not find, but creates, that which is pleasing to it. The love of man comes into being through that which is pleasing to it." He explained, "Rather than seeking its own good, the love of God flows forth and bestows good. Therefore sinners are 'attractive' because they are loved; they are not loved because they are 'attractive': For this reason the love of man avoids sinners and evil persons. Thus Christ says: 'For I came not to call


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