Damnable Lutheran Doctrines
by David J. Stewart
The Lutheran religion is nothing less than diet Catholicism, i.e., you get the same poison of Catholicism, just less of it. The Lutheran religion is straight from Satan himself. Jesus never commanded us to follow any man's teachings over the Word of God.
The damnable heresies which were taught by Martin Luther are still followed by the Lutheran Church today; but to their own destruction...
"...which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction." -2nd Peter 3:9
The Damnable Heresy of Salvation Through the Holy Communion
The following quote is from Luther's Small Catechism, as promoted by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The quote is found under the section, "THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION"; and then under the subheading, "THE BLESSINGS OF HOLY COMMUNION":
"Second: What blessing do we receive through this eating and drinking and drinking?
That is shown us by these words, 'Given and poured out for you for the forgiveness of sins.' Through these words we receive forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation in this sacrament. For where there is forgiveness of sins, there is also life and salvation." (underline added)
What blasphemy!!! There is not one single Verse in the entire Word of God which teaches that salvation comes through "Holy Communion." In fact, the phrase "Holy Communion" is NOT found in the Bible at all. The Bible speaks of "communion" in 1st Corinthians 10:26, "The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not the communion of the body of Christ?" The Greek word for "communion" is "koinonia," which means, "partnership. i.e. (lit.) participation."
Thus, a person "participates" in the sin-cleansing blood of Jesus Christ through faith in Christ alone; and not, by works or the Lord's Supper. Paul was simply teaching the believers at Corinth that they were saved by the blood of Jesus, and were being hypocritical to partake of the Lord's supper while also eating meats offered to idols (partaking of idolatry). Paul told them that it was impossible to eat at God's table and the Devil's, "Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lord's table, and of the table of devils."
Tragically, this is exactly what the Catholic and Lutheran religions are doing today when they RECOGNIZE Mary in ANY capacity. Mary was a dirty-rotten sinner who died because of her sins (Romans 6:23). Jesus called John the Baptist the greatest human being ever born amongst women (Matthew 11:11), so why recognize Mary? Jesus said that the least person in Heaven will be greater than John the Baptist. Mary is no more special than anyone else in Heaven. It is unscriptural and sinful to recognize Mary in any way, shape, or form.
1st Corinthians 10:16 must NOT be interpreted by itself. Basing a doctrine upon this Scripture alone could easily result in a damnable heresy, which is exactly what Mr. Luther has done. 1st Corinthians 11:25 clearly states, "After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in REMEMBRANCE of me."
Paul was quoting Christ when in Luke 22:19 Jesus said, "...This is my body which is given for you: this do in REMEMBRANCE of me." The Word of God plainly teaches that the Lord's Supper is simply a means to REMEMBER what Christ did for us upon Calvary, no more. To claim, as Lutheran's do, that there is some special power to the Lord's Supper is a Satanic lie.
The following quote is from Luther's Small Catechism, as promoted by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The quote is also found under the section, "THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION"; and then under the subheading, "THE POWER OF HOLY COMMUNION":
"Third: How can eating and drinking do such great things?
It is certainly not the eating and drinking that does such things, but the words, "Given and poured out for you for the forgiveness of sins. "These words are the main thing in this sacrament, along with the eating and drinking. And whoever believes these words has what they plainly say, the forgiveness of sins." (underline added)
What a lie of Satan!!! No such nonsense is taught in the Bible. This is ceremonialism, not faith in Christ. You can't be saved by the citing of some words. Notice carefully how Satan has actually replaced faith in Jesus Christ, with faith in a statement. The Bible NEVER leads us to place our faith in the words of some Lutheran minister.
The Bible never leads us to place our faith in the Lord's Supper. If it were so, then Jesus and the Apostles would have continually told people to partake of the Lord's supper to be saved. In fact, only a handful of references are made in the entire Bible to the Lord's Supper (communion). The phrase "Given and poured out for you for the forgiveness of sins" doesn't even appear in the Word of God, not even portions of it. "Given and poured" does not exist. "Poured out for you" does not exist. These are the words of a religion; and NOT from the Bible.
The word "holy" is NEVER used concerning Baptism or the Lord's Supper. Never! The Lord's Supper is ONLY symbolic of the flesh and blood of Christ, which was sacrificed to take away our sins. Only through faith alone in Christ can anyone be saved (John 14:6).
The Damnable Heresy of Confessing Your Sins to a Lutheran Minister
The following quote is from Luther's Small Catechism, as promoted by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The quote is also found under the section, "THE MINISTRY OF THE KEYS AND CONFESSION"; and then under the subheading, "THE KEYS":
"First: What is the use of the Keys?
The use of the Keys is that special power and right which Christ gave to his church on earth, to forgive the sins of penitent sinners but to refuse forgiveness to the impenitent as long as they do not repent.
Where is this written?
The holy Evangelist John writes in chapter 20, "Jesus breathed on his disciples and said, 'Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive anyone his sins, they are forgiven; if you do not forgive them, they are not forgiven."
How arrogant!, How blasphemous!, How damnable!, for any human being to claim the power to forgive sins. Not one Verse in the entire Word of God records anyone forgiving sin apart from Jesus Christ alone. If the Lord had given this power to the Apostles, then why isn't it recorded? No, Jesus never gave such power to the church.
The Lutheran minister and the Catholic priest arrogantly and sinfully proclaim that they have the "special power and right" to forgive sins; but they certainly do NOT. They also claim the "special power and right" to deny forgiveness of sins to the impenitent; but, again, they certainly do NOT. This is clear from the words of Jesus in Matthew 6:15, "But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." Ephesians 4:32 reads, "...forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you."
Who would be so arrogant as to deny someone forgiveness in lieu of such clear teachings of Scripture? If you'll follow me carefully, and think this through, you'll come to the ONLY conclusion that is possible--Forgiveness of sins can only come through faith in Jesus Christ. In other words, even if a minister or priest wants to forgive someone, they CANNOT if that person has no faith in Christ as Saviour. And likewise, no Lutheran minister or Catholic priest can deny forgiveness to someone who is trusting upon the blood of Jesus to forgive them. I'm simply saying that forgiveness is out of the minister's or priest's hand. Romans 1:16 tells us that the Gospel is the POWER unto salvation.
Listen friend, you can confess sins to your Lutheran minister or Catholic priest 'til the cows come home if you want, but that won't get you forgiven. Romans 1:16 declares that forgiveness comes through the power of the GOSPEL, and nothing else. The Gospel being Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection.
In so doing, Christ shed His precious blood for our sins. If we simply believe upon Jesus Christ as our personal Saviour, trusting upon the finished work of Christ to take away our sins with His blood, our sins will be forgiven. How dare any stiff-necked minister or priest teach differently. You can't be fooled if you'll follow the Word of God my friend.
John 20:23 is used by the Lutheran minister and the Catholic priest to claim they have power to forgive your sins. I want you to notice carefully here that the EXACT same Greek word "aphiemi," which is used in John 20:23, is also used in Matthew 6:12, "And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors."
The word literally means, "to send forth" (i.e., to "let go"). When we forgive our debtors, we "let it go." Again, in Matthew 6:14 and 15 we read, "For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you: But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." These are from the EXACT same Greek word, "aphiemi," found in John 20:23. Hence, ministers and priests have no more ability to pardon other people's sins than laymen do. Clearly, we have been lied to by Lutheran ministers and Catholic Priests!
Every believer is commanded by God to "forgive" (aphiemi) other's sins (Ephesians 4:30-32). Please understand that no human can cleanse another human's sins away. No minister or priest can make you right with God. If you commit a sin against me, and then make restitution, asking for my forgiveness--I am commanded by God to forgive (aphiemi) you; but that doesn't mean you're now saved and on your way to Heaven.
I cannot save you or make you right with God, you MUST go through Jesus Christ, Who is the ONLY Mediator between God and men, "For there is one God, and ONE MEDIATOR between God and men, the man Christ Jesus." Clearly, the forgiveness offered from one human to another CANNOT substitute one's need for forgiveness from God.
The Word of God is clear that ONLY God can forgive sin, "...who can forgive sins but God only?" (Mark 2:7). So what was Jesus saying to the Apostles in John 20:23? Since Jesus spoke about people NOT being forgiven, there is only one thing He could have been talking about, the Gospel. The same is true of Matthew 16:19 concerning the word "key," and again in Matthew 18:18 concerning the word "bind."
The ONLY "key" to Heaven is the Gospel of Christ Jesus; hence, the preaching of the Gospel distributes the keys which allow men to become saved and enter Heaven. VINE'S EXPOSITORY DICTIONARY OF GREEK NEW TESTAMENT WORDS says concerning the word "key in Matthew 16:19...
" 'a key,' is used metaphorically (a) of "the keys of the kingdom of heaven," which the Lord committed to Peter, Matt. 16:19, by which he would open the door of faith, as he did to the Jews at Pentecost, and to Gentiles in the person of Cornelius, acting as one commissioned by Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit; he had precedence over his fellow disciples, not in authority, but in the matter of time, on the ground of his confession of Christ (v. 16); equal authority was committed to them (18:18); (b) of "the keys of knowledge," Luke 11:52, i.e., knowledge of the revealed will of God, by which men entered into the life that pleases God; this the religious leaders of the Jews had presumptuously "taken away," so that they neither entered in themselves, nor permitted their hearers to do so..."
Clearly, the "key" which Jesus spoke of is, the Gospel. The POWER of the Gospel in Romans 1:16 is the key that frees us from the bondage of sin, the condemnation of the Law, the fires of Hell, and the lies of false religions which lay burdens "grievous to be borne" upon men's shoulders (Matthew 23:4).
But again, there is no reference to ministers or priests being given the "special power and right" to forgive sin. To teach such nonsense is to neglect hundreds of Scriptures which do NOT agree. We can forgive other's their debts, foolishness, wrongs, trespasses, and evil's against us; but only God alone can forgive SIN. Come down off your pedestal Mr. Lutheran minister. Only Jesus can forgive sin (1st Timothy 2:5).
The Bible commands us to forgive those who seek our forgiveness (Matthew 6:14 and 15), so Jesus couldn't have been speaking about personal forgiveness in John 20:23. Furthermore, it wasn't the "special power and right" of the disciples to decide whether a man was forgiven or not, that POWER is clearly stated in Romans 1:16 to be THE GOSPEL.
Listen to the frightening words of the Apostle Paul in 2nd Thessalonians 1:8,9 to all Christ-rejecters, "In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction..." Clearly, the determination of whether a person is forgiven or not is based upon his or her acceptance or rejection of the Gospel of Jesus Christ; and not, upon the whims of some earthly pompous Lutheran minister or Catholic priest. You had better obey the Gospel, and not the Lutheran religion.
Martin Luther is burning in the fires of Hell right now for His damnable beliefs. Mr. Luther made the woeful error of ADDING to God's simple plan of salvation, which is faith alone in Jesus the Christ.
The following quote is from Luther's Small Catechism, as promoted by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The quote is also found under the section, "THE MINISTRY OF THE KEYS AND CONFESSION"; and then under the subheading, "WHAT IS CONFESSION?":
First: What is Confession?
Confession has two parts. The one is that we confess our sins; the other, that we receive absolution or forgiveness from the pastor* as from God himself, not doubting but firmly believing that our sins are thus forgiven before God in heaven.
Fourth: How will the pastor assure a penitent sinner of forgiveness?
He will say, "By the authority of Christ, I forgive you your sins in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen." (underline added)
*The German term is best translated as 'confessor," that is, the person who hears the confession.
I've included this last section of the Lutheran Catechism to show how arrogant their ministers are, to actually claim that they have the power to forgive sins. How wicked! Mr. Luther, you are an imposter! You won't fool me with your damnable teachings, no Sir! I'm going to follow the Word of God, and not a man (Romans 3:4; Psalm 118:8). EVERY Lutheran minister is required and expected by headquarters to TEACH that they (ministers) have the power to forgive sin. To teach such a lie is a damnable heresy!!!
Notice Luther's Catechism above states, "we receive absolution or forgiveness from the pastor." You've got to be kidding me brother! Only a child of the Devil would claim to have the power and right to forgive another person's sin. I have a few questions for you. Who does the Lutheran minister go to, to get his sins forgiven? Who does his wife and children go to, to get their sins forgiven? Why can't we go directly to God like the publican in Luke 18:13 who cried, "God be merciful to me a sinner." Are you so foolish to buy into Satan's lie that another sinful man can forgive your sins?
Do a little homework and I'm certain you'll find that EVERY Lutheran minister and Catholic priest which lived 150 years ago are DEAD today. Do you know why? Because Romans 6:23 proclaims "for the wages of sin is death..." They died because they were SINNERS, just like you and me. Listen friend, I don't know about you, but I feel a lot more secure trusting in the Perfect Lamb of God, Who died upon the cross for me; than in some sinful minister, who never did anything for me, nor could do anything for me.
Are you going to place all your faith in the hopes that some Lutheran minister has the self-proclaimed power to forgive your sins? Would you feel safer hearing a sinful minister say, "I forgive your sins"; or the words of Hebrews 4:16, "Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy..."
The Damnable Heresy of Salvation Through Holy Baptism
The following quote is from Luther's Small Catechism, as promoted by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The quote is also found under the section, "THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY BAPTISM"; and then under the subheading, "THE BLESSING OF BAPTISM":
Second: What does Baptism do for us?
Baptism works forgiveness of sin, delivers from death and the devil, and gives eternal salvation to all who believe this, as the words and promises of God declare. What are these words and promises of God? Christ our Lord says in the last chapter of Mark, "Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned." (underline added)
What a damnable lie of Satan!!! Not one verse in the entire Bible teaches that "Baptism works forgiveness of sin."
The following quote is from Luther's Small Catechism, as promoted by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The quote is also found under the section, "THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY BAPTISM"; and then under the subheading, "THE POWER OF BAPTISM":
"Third: How can water do such great things?
It is certainly not the water that does such things, but God's Word which is in and with the water, and faith which trusts this Word used with the water. For without God's Word the water is just plain water and not baptism. But with this Word it is baptism, that is, a gracious water of life and a washing of rebirth by the Holy Spirit.
Where is this written?
St. Paul says in Titus, chapter 3, "God saved us through the washing of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit, whom he poured out on us generously through Jesus Christ our Savior, so that, having been justified by his grace, we might become heirs having the hope of eternal life. This is a trustworthy saying." (underline added)
I don't know what Martin Luther was smoking, but he's way out in left field. The Scriptures quoted above are being taken out of context. A standard rule in interpreting the Word of God is that you NEVER base a doctrine upon one Scripture by itself. You COMPARE it to all the other Scriptures in the Bible.
Titus 3:5 clearly speaks of the "washing of regeneration," not the washing by Baptism. Revelation 1:5 declares, "And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead, and the prince of the kings of the earth. Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood." It is clear from this Scripture that "washing" is speaking about Jesus' blood, and not baptism. It may be convenient for Lutherans to "claim" that Titus 3:5 is speaking about baptism, but a simple comparison of Titus 3:5 with other Scriptures in the Bible denies their foolish claim.
Again in Revelation 7:14 we read, "And I said unto him, Sir, thou knowest. And he said to me, These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb." Just as false prophets always do, Lutherans target Scriptures that, by themselves, can be easily taken out of context. Well they can't pervert Revelation 1:5 or 7:14 because they clearly speak of the Blood of Jesus which WASHES our sins away.
Notice in Luther's Catechism above that he also tries to justify Baptismal Regeneration by quoting Mark 16:16, "He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned." A simple comparison with Romans 10:9-13 refutes such an idea. Romans 10:10 declares, "For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness..." Salvation is of the heart; and not, through the ceremonial act of baptism.
The necessary thing to be saved is BELIEF; and not, baptism. Notice that Mark 16:16 does not say "he that is not baptized shall be damned." No, it says "he that believeth not shall be damned." The thief upon the cross who turned to Christ in faith was not baptized. Romans 4:3 reads, "For what saith the scripture? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness." There is NO reference to baptism; but only, faith. Jesus NEVER told anyone to be baptized to go to Heaven. Jesus claimed that He is the Door, by which men can be saved if they'll enter (John 10:9). Jesus claimed that He is the Living Water, by which men can be saved if they'll drink (John 4:10).
Jesus claimed that He is the Bread of Life, by which men can be saved if they'll eat (John 6:35). Jesus claimed that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life (John 14:6). Yet, Jesus never ADDED anything about being Baptized in all these Scriptures. The "washing of Regeneration" in Titus 3:5 is nothing more than our sins being washed away by Jesus blood, and the Holy Spirit indwelling our body. We are "regened" when we are BORN-AGAIN (John 3:3).
Our spirit which was dead in trespasses and sins, is quickened (made alive) by the Holy Spirit of God (Ephesians 2:1). The regeneration is the "new creature" (Christ) which comes to dwell within us (2nd Corinthians 5:17). The regeneration is the Holy Spirit of God; thus, we become a new creature in Christ.
I once had a Church of Christ minister tell me that the Apostle Paul didn't baptize because his disciples did. He spoke this in an attempt to justify baptism, and discredit 1st Corinthians 1:17 where Paul clearly stated, "For Christ sent me not to baptize, but to preach the gospel..." The Apostle Paul said in Romans 10:1, "Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is, that they might be saved."
In the entire book of Romans, Paul only mentions "baptized" or "baptism" TWICE (Romans 6:3 and 4). Yet, Paul mentions the word "faith" 34 times. Clearly, baptism is NOT necessary for salvation or else the Apostle would have mentioned it much more. In fact, Paul explains what baptism is in Romans 6:3,4...
"Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death? Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that LIKE as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life."
Carefully notice the word "like." Hence, baptism is only symbolic of the Gospel of Christ. It is simply a way for us to identify ourselves with Christ in His crucifixion, for others to witness. Just as Jesus died, was buried, and rose again--so do we identify with Him, showing forth our faith, through baptism.
BUT, please notice, baptism ALWAYS come AFTER a person is already saved. No one in the Word of God was ever baptized to get saved; but rather, were baptized because they were already saved. Though there are several passages in the New testament which mention baptism with faith, there are umpteen more which only mention faith, and baptism is NOT mentioned at all. The diligent Bible student must "rightly divide" the Word of Truth. If baptism were as necessary for salvation as the cults all claim, than surely baptism would have been mentioned much more throughout the Word of God. Baptism is not even mentioned in the Book of revelation, yet faith is mentioned 11 times.
In 2nd Corinthians 13:5, the Apostle Paul declares, "Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates?" Interestingly again, Paul does not mention baptism. In fact, baptism is not even mentioned in 2nd Corinthians; but faith is mentioned 6 times. The Book of Hebrews mentions faith 34 times; but baptism once ONCE.
And let me also say that "baptism" in the Bible often refers to the baptism of the Holy Spirit (salvation) and NOT water baptism. For example: 1st Corinthians 12:13 reads, "For by one Spirit are we all baptized into one body..." The word "baptized" here is NOT referring to water baptism, but to the baptism of the Holy Spirit which occurs the moment we accept Christ as our Saviour.
John the Baptist declared in Matthew 3:11, "I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance: but he that cometh after me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and with fire." It is clear from Scriptures like Mark 1:4 that John the Baptist didn't teach baptismal Regeneration, "John did baptize in the wilderness, and preach the baptism of repentance for the remission of sins." It wasn't water baptism that saved those people under John's preaching; but rather, their repentance and faith in Christ.
John preached the baptism of REPENTANCE, not salvation through water baptism. Acts 19:4 reads, "Then said Paul, John verily baptized with the baptism of repentance, saying unto the people, that they should believe on him which should come after him, that is, on Christ Jesus." Acts 10:47 plainly declares, "Can any man forbid water, that these should not be baptized, which have received the Holy Ghost as well as we?" Please notice, they had already received the Holy Ghost (salvation, Romans 8:9), but they had not yet been baptized. How can any honest student of the Bible claim that baptism is required for salvation in lieu of such overwhelming evidence to the contrary?
In conclusion, these are but a few of the damnable doctrines of the Lutheran religion. Martin Luther didn't like the Book of Revelation because he couldn't understand it. He didn't believe it belonged in the Bible. He denied the Biblical teaching that Christ would one day reign from Jerusalem. He denied the Millennium altogether, in spite of clear Biblical prophecy supporting it. Luther denied the rapture. Martin Luther was a heretic by all counts. Sadly, even professed Independent Fundamental Baptists ignorantly praise Martin Luther as a man of faith.
What many people fail to realize, as I once did, is that Luther's faith was not SOLELY in Christ, but in his own perverted theology which ADDED "holy baptism" and "holy communion" to his faith. Thus, there's not a dime's difference between Catholics are Lutherans. The following quote if from The Lutheran World Federation, and states:
"The dialogue between the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) and the Roman Catholic Church began soon after the end of the Second Vatican Council in 1965. The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification is so far the high point of the more than 30-year process. The two dialogue partners confirm that they have reached 'a consensus on basic truths of the doctrine of justification' and 'that the mutual condemnations of former times do not apply to the Catholic and Lutheran doctrines of justification as they are presented in the Joint Declaration.' "
What a hoax! The Catholics and Lutherans sat down together and drew up an agreement, stating that they BOTH believed that justification by faith in Christ was necessary for salvation. They called this agreement, The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. But the problem is that they BOTH ADD the sacraments to that faith. They BOTH require their congregations to seek forgiveness from the minister or priest, instead of from Jesus Christ as the Word of God teaches (1st John 1:9). Who's kidding who?
There's a fine line between faith and foolishness friend, and it's the difference between Heaven or Hell when you die. You'd better forsake your false religion, and turn to the Lord Jesus Christ instead. Martin Luther was a heretic who taught Satanic lies. Let every Christian who names the name of Jesus Christ, EXPOSE this worker of darkness. As Psalm 118:8 solemnly warns, "It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man." My friend, trust Jesus; Not Martin Luther or any other man.
"For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light." —2nd Corinthians 11:13,14
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