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Writing Assignment - Reformations - (L15)

How was the English Reformation different from the German Reformation?

The main difference between the German and the English Reformations were the goal, or the drive. 1,100 more words

Western Civilization II

Thursday – October 16, 2014

Thursday – October 16, 2014; Philippians 4:6-7

Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. 944 more words


Dumb Things Lutherans Say

“You can’t stop yourself from breaking the _______ commandment, so you might as well______.”

You can fill in the blank.

“You can’t stop yourself from breaking the 6th commandment, so you might as well watch movie with sexually explicit content.” 459 more words


Words of Comfort -- Miscarriage

I wrote this post six years ago on my other blog, The Rebellious Pastor’s Wife.  I have participated in several discussions lately regarding miscarriage, and I thought I would repost. 1,078 more words


Saturday – October 11, 2014

Saturday – October 11, 2014; Malachi 4                                                                       

1 See, the day is coming, burning like an oven, when all the arrogant and all evildoers will be stubble; the day that comes shall burn them up, says the Lord of hosts, so that it will leave them neither root nor branch.  1,002 more words


Why Christianity? And Why Lutheranism in Particular?

The confirmation project for our last year confirmation student(s) is to work with a mentor to answer and present their own personal answer to one of several proposed questions as they and the mentor talk about life and faith and being church together. 706 more words


Do We Really Believe the Law Always Accuses?

“The Law always accuses.”  It is axiomatic in Lutheranism.  When the will of God is announced in the ears of His sinful creatures their consciences are stricken with guilt.   396 more words