I am here to learn. I am not CLC. I am tough on WELS (actually the WELS Q&A guy) because a poor answer is given to a serious question.

WELS Q&A brands Luther a false, erratic, teacher. However, no serious attempt is made to show from scripture how any of his writings are in error. Instead, excuses are offered up for his presumed false doctrine (e.g., early in career, dependent on Augustine, didn't anticipte Calvin and Beza, etc.).

But there is no excuse for teaching false doctrine. If WELS Q&A believes Luther teaches a doctrine of double predestination contrary to scripture, whether consistently or inconsistently, it should explain his errors and condemn his writings (i.e., Bondage of the Will, Lecture on Romans).