Tag Archives: Reformation

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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Revisiting a Thought from Calvin

“No man is excluded from calling upon God, the gate of salvation is set open unto all men: neither is there any other thing which keepeth us back from entering in, save only our own unbelief.” ~ John Calvin on … 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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