My Dialogues w Lutherans (Series)

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Luther at the Diet of Worms [1521] (1877), by Anton von Werner (1843-1915) [public domain / Wikimedia Commons]

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Why I am a Catholic / Why I am a Lutheran / The Protestant Myth of Origins (vs. Eric Phillips) [3-30-05]
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Honor Thy Denominations Rather Than Thy Church Fathers? (Lutherans, Sola Scriptura, and the Fathers) (vs. “CPA” & Steve Parks) [5-29-05]

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Dialogue With a Lutheran on Whether Lutheranism or Catholicism is More Consistent With Patristic and Early Church Beliefs (+ Part II) (+ Part III) (vs. Kristo Miettinen) [June 17-23, 2005]

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Dialogue with a Lutheran Inquirer, on Lutheran-Catholic Differences [4-6-09]

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Meta Description: My dialogues with Lutherans that covered broad / numerous topics, & how & when the two parties disagree (or agree).

Meta Keywords: Lutheranism, Lutheran, Martin Luther, Lutheran-Catholic dialogue, Lutheran patrology, Lutheran patristics, Lutheran ecclesiology, Lutheran soteriology, Lutheranism & Catholicism, ecumenism, ecumenical dialogue, Lutheran apologetics, Catholic apologetics

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