The Satis Est in Article VII of the Augsburg Confession
Schuetze, Armin W.
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What does it mean when the Augsburg Confession states, “For the true unity of the church it is enough to agree concerning the doctrine of the Gospel and the administration of the sacraments?” Schuetze examines two implications in the word satis as well as the usage of the word evangelii. But how did the reformers put this article into practice? They knew the church is always bound to Scripture and needs to recognize that error in any doctrine is dangerous to the Christian faith and disruptive of unity.