As can be the case, the Onion says it best: The parody might be far-fetched on the whole, but the reaction of the Apple user is scarily life-like.
Monthly Archives: January 2010
… from John H at Confessing Evangelical. Read it.
… of the blogging pastor. From ReverendFun.Com.
From whence comes this unifying effect of the great confessions? It is explained by the fact that in the churches which still take their confession seriously something of that great earnestness is still alive with which the Word of God … Continue reading
If the church were constituted by our faith, then a series of churches would be conceivable, because there are varying views regarding Christ. Luther’s faith in Christ is something different than [sic] that of the modern American Protestant. But if … Continue reading
Now, here’s a new way to read the Old Testament in the light of the Song of Songs. Talk about thinking outside the box!
HT: Cyberbrethren Saying “Preach the gospel; if necessary use words” is like saying “Tell me your phone number; if necessary use digits.”
The lie is the death of man, his temporal and his eternal death. The lie kills nations. Through their lies, the most powerful empires of the world were laid waste. History knows of no more unsettling spectacle than the judgment … Continue reading
… is that when he deals with the issues of his day, he could as well be writing for our day! I have just finished reading Union and Confession (tr. Matt Harrison; LC-MS Office of the President, 1997). It’s written … Continue reading
There are certain topics of discussion / debate that tend never to go away among confessional Lutherans. One of them is the age of first communion. In almost all Lutheran churches, first communion is linked closely or inextricably to confirmation—for … Continue reading