Items included for this subject area come from a variety of sources. The perspectives conveyed may or may not express a Lutheran ethos. They can serve our instruction as discussion-starters, examples (positive and negative), and illustrations of intersections between God’s two kingdoms, intersections sometimes characterized by tension, sometimes by congruence. Inclusion does not imply endorsement.

"Open Book" by R. Marxhausen: the Bible, the book open to us all

Reformation Day: an essay by Timothy George

Lutheran Tradition

Reformation Day  —  An essay by Timothy George for this year’s Reformation Day: “It is good to remember that Martin Luther belongs to the entire Church, not only to Lutherans and Protestants…. Luther taught that every human being at every moment of life stands absolutely coram Deo, before God, confronted face-to-face by God. This led […]

The Classic Heresies Endure

The Classic Heresies Endure  —  Many Christians (not surprisingly) hold views condemned as heretical by some of the most important councils of the early church.  This survey from LifeWay Research reveals a significant level of theological confusion that can be used to demonstrate the linkage between cultural influences and theological uncertainty and error.

Lutheran Evangelicals

Lutheran Evangelicals —  Calvinism is a perennial evangelical trend.  Why not Lutheranism? This brief, readable article provides several ways to sort out the Lutheran “way” and why [paraphrased] “it is harder for folks simply to find Lutheranism than it is for them to find Calvinism. I don’t mean that it’s harder geographically to find a […]

 

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