Elert on Freedom

Colleagues, Within hours of this posting Marie and I, d.v., will be on our

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Lutheranism and World History

Colleagues, ThTh 29 is an Advent gift from the past. Forty-five years ago–summer semester

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Implications of Justification in the Many Contexts of Today’s World

Seventy “younger” Lutheran theologians, most of them from the two-thirds world, Continue Reading →

The Promise of Lutheran Ethics — Law/Gospel Grammar

[To continue the topic of Grace-imperatives (Gospel-imperatives) and Promissory Freedom, I may Continue Reading →

THE PROMISE OF LUTHERAN ETHICS — Back to the Decalogue?

Colleagues, ThTh 26 continues some comments on the contents of: THE PROMISE OF LUTHERAN

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Justification by Faith Alone — Doctrine or Hermeneutic?

Colleagues, Last week’s ThTh 24 essay prompted this inquiry from Scott Jurgens, Seminex alum

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THE PROMISE OF LUTHERAN ETHICS — Forgiveness, Faith, Freedom

Colleagues, Today’s essay continues the book review begun last week as ThTh #23. THE

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THE PROMISE OF LUTHERAN ETHICS, Karen L. Bloomquist & John R. Stumme

There could be more promise in “The Promise of Lutheran Ethics.” By that I

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Responses to “What Lutherans really believe.”

Colleagues, ThTh 22 brings you responses to last week’s edition, the report on Lutheran

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Theology of the Cross

Colleagues, On the last day of this month, the Eve of the big celebration

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