In the days of early humans, fear served a primary purpose. Fear kept us alive. Fear to not play with the tigers. Fear not to take food from a lion's mouth. That type of fear kept people from dying. Perhaps, we should not say fear but rather having a healthy respect for those things kept people from dying. At that time the 'rule' was pretty simple, If you do not know it, fear it. We learned to fear what we do not know from an early point in human history. We have since outdone that though even. We learned to fear that which we not understand. In some cases we went one step further, we learned to fear anything that is not familiar. There are some cases where fear can still be helpful, but in most cases, fear is our own worst enemy. Fear keeps us locked away in our own little box.
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Both theologies from Luther and Calvin are different and similar. Each of them are within the new Protestant paradigm, Luther's theology is with the individual person who is justified by faith, and for which such a person, good works naturally flow. Calvin's theology contrasts the glory of God with the depravity of man, and is more skeptical of the ability of the justified man to perform good works. Similarities in there Reformation essentials are more influential then their differences. Calvin was given the Reforming baton from Luther and his theology was created from Luther's. Both these men were used by God to restore the Gospel to His church [ 14 ] .