Luther on Magistrates

“If the faults of any magistrate must be tolerated, it is those of the secular, rather than the ecclesiastical authority; among other reasons, because the ecclesiastical [authority], unlike the secular, does not come from God” (“Against Latomus,” LW 32, 146).

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