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- Luther’s Own Statements Concerning His Teaching and Its Results; Taken Exclusively from the Earliest and Best Editions of Luther’s German and Latin Works, 3rd American edition, by Henry O’Connor, S.J. (New York, Cincinnati, St. Louis: Benziger Brothers, 1884). With the approbation of various bishops. Available in various formats (pdf, epub, kindle/mobi, etc.), at Internet Archive; and in pdf format on this page of Dads.org (Family Life Center).
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“Our beloved brother Paul, with the wisdom God has granted him, has written you a letter, in which, as in all his letters, he talks of this. (Though indeed, there are passages in them difficult to understand, and these, like the rest of scripture, are twisted into a wrong sense by ignorant and restless minds, to their own undoing.) For yourselves, beloved, be warned in time; do not be carried away by their rash errors, and lose the firm foothold you have won; grow up in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.” (II Peter iii, 15-18)