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Martin Luther vs. John Calvin
<Tab/>Martin Luther and John Calvin were both protestants, both emphasizing people's sinfulness, lack of free will, and helplessness. They both rejected good works as a means of salvation, both saw all people equal in the eyes of god. What differed in these two individuals views were their veiws on the afterlife, how to achieve salvation and moral code.
<Tab/>Martin Luther believed that a person can be predestined to be saved but not to be damned. That faith and not good works can win redemption. Calvin believed that our lives are predestined. If people are damn…
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