Monthly Archives: June 2010

Great words

Bayer, Oswald Bayer. Theology the Lutheran Way. Edited by Jeffrey G. Silcock and Mark C. Mattes. Lutheran Quarterly Books, 2007, pp. ix-x (Editors’ Introduction): One of the great merits of Theology the Lutheran Way is that it convincingly demonstrates that … Continue reading

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Freedom of the Christian

In re-reading the NT again and studying the freedom of Christian, I marvel at how my understanding of freedom had been shallow at times. Sure, theologically I had it nailed at seminary and in post-graduate school. But in my heart … Continue reading

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Continuity of Faith Expression

I have been working on this topic for some time, from professional interest and from a practical application. With so much innovation in worship, there seems to be little continuity even within one congregation. But this is really on the … Continue reading

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