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Schmaus on Christ's Relationship to Creatures

I’m not sure I buy all the implications Michael Schmaus (1897-1993) wants to draw from this, writing soon after Vatican II on non-Christian religions, but there’s something very true and beautiful in the thought itself: 62 more words


“First Things First”

“For no one can lay any foundation other than the one that has been laid; that foundation is Jesus Christ.” —1 Corinthians 3:11

My secular friends sometimes ask me, “Why the church?” 326 more words

Christian Faith

Come to the Table 12

I don’t think we can ever say too much about the importance of an active exercise of mind and heart at the communion service. . . 430 more words


Mini Episode 3: The Nicene Creed


The Nicene Creed is unquestionably the most important document in church history. In some circles the text of the creed is simply synonymous with “orthodoxy.” In this episode Gerhard explains the creed and its meaning line by line. 55 more words


“The fact is that the Lord Jesus came not only into the closest relation to sinful humanity that it was possible for him to come without becoming himself sinful, but he also came into the closest relation to…

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Mt 1-4:11, Lk1-2, Phil2:5-11, Col 1:15-20, Mk9:2-13, Mt16:13-20, Mt8:1-9:13, Mk1:40-2:12, 5:1-20, Jn6:1-21, 11:1-44, Heb8-10

1) Using about 100 words, please summarize your readings for this class. 21 more words

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