Ask The Pastor | – Possible Lutheran-Roman Reconciliation?
Will Lutherans ever be in communion with the Roman Catholic Church? Didn’t Vatican II pave the way for such reconciliation with its adoption of some of Luther’s critiques? All this and a bit more in this episode of ATP.
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Communion with Rome means one has thrown away the written word of God in favor of the traditions of man. This pope is not a believer.