A term used in Catholic theology that is derived from the Latin word for “poured in” referring to the Is a term used to identify unmerited assistance by God primarily to redeem and transform human beings. In the early and medieval church it also referr... more (In a theological discussion “love” refers to one’s love for God and neighbor and is often referred to as “charity” or the pure love of God. ... more) of God that he pours into our hearts through the Holy Spirit (see Romans 5:5). This term is used to describe virtues, graces, and activities that are poured into the soul by the Is a term used to identify unmerited assistance by God primarily to redeem and transform human beings. In the early and medieval church it also referr... more of God in contrast to those that are acquired by effort and practice. This Roman Catholic teaching of infused virtue is also contrasted to the Contrary to popular belief, the term does not refer to protest against the Roman Catholic Church. The term original refers to a formal protest lodged ... more is derived from the Latin word for teaching, doctrina, and is an important aspect of Christianity more so than other world religions because Christian... more of imputed righteousness (also referred to as is the most dominant doctrine of justification in Protestantism and refers to the idea that believers become righteous through their faith become unit... more) where believers are deemed A translation of the Latin term justitia meaning “justice.” For Luther, righteous and justice refer to exactly the same thing, being justified or ... more (justified) by Christ’s merits being imputed or credited to the believer without any intrinsic worthiness of the individual.