What did Martin Luther mean by justification by faith?

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This is a reference to Habakkuk 2:4b, "the righteous will live by his faith" (quoted in Romans 1:17) This verse was influential for Martin Luther's life by persuading him that salvation was based on faith alone, not works. The Catholic church of that
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In Christian theology, justification is God's act of declaring or making a
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OK, the Bible repeatedly states " The just shall live by faith. The Book of Hebrews talks about how faith in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ brings salvation ,or justification.
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This is a great question. I would say that many biblical books and passages led to Martin Luther's ground breaking doctrine of justification by faith alone. However, if we read his
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