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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Is a Latin term meaning, “at the same time righteous and a sinner,” and refers to a fundamental paradoxical Lutheran doctrine that holds that all believers remain sinners their whole lives even while they are righteous because they are justified by faith alone, This concept is sometimes referred to as simply, “the simul.”

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