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Theodore Beza: Similarities and Differences Between the Law and Gospel

In Select Works of Theodore Beza, Theodore Beza in divides the Word (Books of the Old and New Testament) into two principal parts. One called the “Law” and the other “Gospel”. 799 more words


Sin, between Law and Gospel

By Piotr J. Małysz

A fundamental question motivates these historically grounded reflections on sin: How can we talk about sin today? With a view to illuminating the answer, the following will reflect on certain conceptual dilemmas that came to define sixteenth-century Lutheran reflection on sin, and have punctuated it ever since. 1,928 more words

Human Nature

Be an Example of Happiness to Your Students

Did you ever have that teacher who looked like they would rather amputate their left leg than be in the classroom that day?

That doesn’t exactly make for an exciting day of learning. 469 more words

The Power of Positivity in the Classroom

“Positive anything is better than negative nothing.”

School-wide climate and culture is a major topic in the world of education.  We see district and state wide attempts to change that climate and culture within schools.   424 more words

A Serious "Non-Concept" in the Church

Please consider that regardless of whether you’re able to fully accept this or not, there are gay Christians.

Like I said yesterday, perhaps your theology on the issue might not ever change or evolve, but please know, these are real people you’re talking about.

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Why is Jesus' Death and Resurrection Good news? (Part 3: The Law Written on Our Hearts)

A popular teaching on how to read the Bible among “gospel-centered” evangelical Christians is called “Law-Gospel”

What this means, in short, is that they believe every single passage in the Bible can be divided into two categories “law” or “gospel.” 3,056 more words