The doctrine of justification defines, overall why a sin should be forgiven by the almighty. The debate on the matter was the subject of the separation between the holy Catholic Church and gave birth to the protestant church. Since 2006 both churches have agreed to follow the same logic concerning the question of "Justification". But, prior to this breakthrough many churches and men of God had already written about it. Take our short quiz about the Doctrine of justification, now!
Questions and Answers
Who wrote the book on the Doctrine of Justification?
How can the justification of sin get lost in Christianity?
Via a sinly belief.
Via a sin
Via a mortal sin.
Via a sinly wish.
According to Lutherans how is the justification of your sins lost?
Via loss of ambition.
Via loss of opportunity.
Via loss of faith.
Via loss of teaching of the word of God.
According to the Calvinists, how can the justification of your sin be lost?
It cannot be lost.
It can be regained.
It can be preserved.
It can be hidden.
When was this book published?
Where was The author from?
How many pages does the book have?
Does the book expose one theory linked to the doctrine of justification or several others?
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