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Movie Night!

July 2, 2010

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Martin Luther:Reluctant Revolutionary This is a PBS documentary on the life of Martin Luther.  I’ve watched this and I recommend it.  Of course, I know what you’re thinking.  Another liberal TV production that reduces to shreds the reality of history.  Well, I’m not going to be naive and vouchsafe the theological bent of the entire […]

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Bonhoeffer: A Life Lived to the Glory of God

June 23, 2010

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Selected Quotes: Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a unique individual, called to a unique ministry, during and extraordinary time. Enemies – a word used often throughout Bonhoeffer’s writings.  I sense that his thoughts linger and recede to the impending conflict and national turmoil of Nazi Germany.  I believe he fervently sought after God’s mind. “Our enemies are […]

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The Undeniable Resurrection

June 10, 2010

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Constitutional Perspective: The Anti-Federalist View of Religion in and for Government

May 2, 2010

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…many Anti-Federalists were concerned with the maintenance of religious conviction as a support of republican government.  “Refiners may weave as fine a web of reason as they please, but the experience of all times,” Richard Henry Lee wrote to James Madison in 1784, “shews Religion to be the guardian of morals.”  The opinions of men need […]

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Good Article on Luther’s Love

March 28, 2010

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[This article can be found at the website for Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.  I post it here to present insight into the type of joy that can be found through the embracing of the Bible.  It is a pleasure to read of the rich communion Luther had with our Lord Jesus Christ through the passionate […]

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