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Luther’s Nail

Some things weigh more heavily, possibly unhealthily, upon my personal studies than others at times. I assume that burden is true for most. In a recent discussion, one where grace was extended by all sides, the statement was made by one party, “Of … Continue reading

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Reconsidering Tulip

Ex-Calvinist Alexander J. Renault, in his well-written and well-articulated assertion “Reconsidering Tulip,” provides the serious student of truth, especially those enamored by reformed thought, with a prick of doubt which plays the role of pea under the mattress, “How come those … Continue reading

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Luther on His Need of Prayer

“If I fail to spend two hours in prayer each morning, the devil gets the victory through the day. I have so much business I cannot get on without spending three hours daily in prayer.” Martin Luther (Wow! Okay… I’m all … Continue reading

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