Tag Archives: Martin Luther

Luther v. Osteen: Twitter Wars

Dr. Jim West, Zwinglius Redivivus, finds the coolest stuff! No wonder the master blogger has been given all rights as issuer of the famed Dilly Award. Folks, you’ll want to go experience for yourself the Twitter War between Mr.’s Joel and Martin … Continue reading

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Nickle for Your Thoughts

I would be greatly appreciative of some thoughts on this statement… The end result of Martin Luther’s break-away is unknown. History will tell; but as of today, the surreal number of Protestant denominations leaves the Church a fragmented bunch of … Continue reading

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It’s All Wrong But It’s All Right

Stammering and stumbling through a lesson that rendered me feeling much like a student taking finals who has squandered his study time for the benefit of an Angry Bird all-nighter (you’d have to have read around here awhile to get … Continue reading

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Was the Faith Luther Proclaimed Really What Christians Live Today?

Dietrich Bonhoeffer… he just won’t leave me alone. Quite a feat for a man who has been dead for a lot of years (Yes, I’m still reading “Discipleship”). A gift that has any price attached to it is no longer … Continue reading

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How Bonhoeffer Saw the Grace of Luther

Of Martin Luther, Dietrich Bonhoeffer states, “Costly grace was given as a gift to Luther. It was grace, because it was water onto thirsty land, comfort for anxiety, liberation from the servitude of a self-chosen path, forgiveness of all sins. … Continue reading

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