What does it mean to be human? It means to live rightly before God and one another; including the environment. Throughout the ages there have been many attempts to define the human being. Mostly through philosophy and/or contemporary categories. The Lutherans Reformers help us rightly define the human creature according to scripture. Join Flame as he continues to unpack the central doctrine of justification by faith. The reading is from Robert Kolb and Charles P. Arand's, The Genius of Luther's Theology.
“This is our theology, by which we teach a precise distinction between these two kinds of righteousness, the active and the passive, so that morality and faith, works and grace, secular society and religion may not be confused. Both are necessary, but both must be kept within their limits.
Luther, "Lectures on Galatians, 1531-1535"