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“I Must Have Done Something Good”

When I was a little girl, our family’s acquisition of a VCR coincided with my older sister’s debut in several small town musical productions. This meant that I could watch Annie, The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins, and The Fiddler on the Roof to my heart’s content, when not elbowing my brother out of the […]

An Interesting Resource

The Reformed site’s focus of June is the Law/Gospel distinction. While coming at the subject from a decidedly Calvinist position, there are also featured articles from Martin Luther and 19th Century Lutheran luminary C.F.W. Walther.

This is a tremendously informative site that is very generous to Lutherans and Protestant Anglicans.

Genuine Christian Theology is about the Promises in Christ, as opposed to Philosophies of Grace

An excerpt from Oswald Bayer’s Theology the Lutheran Way: (On Psalm 51) The words of the psalm compel us to speak of sin and grace. Theology can have no other theme. But even sin and grace can be spoken of philosophically, meaning “metaphysically”, “morally”, or “historically.” The “rule” Luther uses to judge the genuineness of […]

Kelly Clarkson and Moses, Meet Wilfried Joest and the Supremes

Earlier today I was pondering the old question of what Kelly Clarkson, Moses, and the Supremes have in common with 20th century Lutheran theologian Wilfried Joest. Fortunately for us all, I finally hit on the answer! They all agree that we need to stop what we’re doing and just kind of chill out. It’s obvious […]