Luther Turns Over in His Grave Again (He’s Been Practically Spinning for Decades, Really)

by Feb 20, 2009Culture, Theology0 comments

I saved this when it came out last week and just got around to reading it. I highly recommend you take a look!

In recent months, dioceses around the world have been offering Catholics a spiritual benefit that fell out of favor decades ago—the indulgence, a sort of amnesty from punishment in the afterlife—and reminding them of the church’s clout in mitigating the wages of sin.

—the New York Times

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