Luther believed in the Heresy of Soul Sleep after Death

by Steve Ray on February 19, 2008

SoulSleep.jpgIn one of his arguements against Purgatory and Prayer for the dead and prayer to the Saints, Luther rejected an estalished doctrine of the Church concerning life after death. He adopted what the Seventh Day Adventists believe today — after death we are not conscious but are in a dreamless sleep until the final resurrection. 

Most Lutherans today reject the idea, but again we see what happens when one rejects the Church and sets himself up as his own authority –"Doctor Luther has said so!" . Luther was wrong and Dave Armstrong exposes this in an article that is very interesting — as usual.

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Christine Thompson February 19, 2008 at 11:49 AM

A message for Joe and Robin Thompson:

Patrick wanted to send his love, and say he misses his Grammy and Grandpa very much. He is now in his big boy, forward facing car seat!!! Looks like you are having a great time on your trip. Be safe, and we will see you soon!!

Love, Christine, Eric and Patrick

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