Mega-Fear, Mega-Joy

Colleagues, Bill Yancey, our pastor at Bethel Lutheran Church, St. Louis, asked me to

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Abraham’s Paradoxical God — God Most High and God Most Low(ly) [An offering from Frederick Niedner]

Colleagues, As most of the Thursday Theology Tribe knows, several dozen members of the

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A Sequel to last week’s Advent and Apocalypse in America–from Werner Elert in 1932

Colleagues, This looks as though it was written yesterday, and not 76 years ago

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Advent and Apocalypse in America–a Triad for Crossing.

Colleagues, Funny thing happened in California last week. Marie and I were there for

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A Lutheran “Op-ed” for Bible Reading in the ELCA, Part IV

Colleagues, Today’s ThTh #546 is Part IV, the last batch of Werner Elert’s theses

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A Lutheran “Op-ed” for Bible Reading in the ELCA, Part III

Colleagues, Today’s ThTh #545 is Part III of a four-part presentation of Werner Elert’s

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An “Op-ed” for Bible Reading in the ELCA, Part II

Colleagues, Today’s ThTh #544 is a continuation of an op-ed alternative to “Opening the

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Bible Reading in the ELCA

Colleagues, On this date in the year 1930 I took my first breath of

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Christian Buddhists? A Tale from Thailand [Part II]

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Christian Buddhists? A Tale from Thailand [Part I]

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