Monthly Archives: July 2013

Glad they cleared that up

What happens when you abandon the Gospel for another Gospel, that is really no Gospel at all? You end up writing editorials like THIS one. Ahh, the gospel of global warming. Or would that be the law of global warming … Continue reading

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Statement Regarding LCMS convention

The following statement was read today to the saints in Wheatland, regarding the LCMS convention, which was held this past week : Four years after he published the ninety-five theses, Martin Luther was called before the emperor to answer for … Continue reading

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We the People…

What an absolute delight to see the Republican political establishment lining up behind reliable-workhorse-but-not-standout Senator Enzi. Everyone, from the NRCC to the state’s entire congressional delegation (which totals three people, including Senator Enzi) have announced their support for him, telling … Continue reading

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Sermon for Trinity 7

What is the difference between the feeding of the 4,000 and the feeding of the 5,000? Read this week’s sermon to find out. The Garden of Eden was ready. Even before God formed Adam from the dust of the ground, … Continue reading

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A Change in Direction

Over at First Things, Matthew Block has an excellent article on the reelection of President Harrison, and the state of ecumenical relations in the LCMS. A few notes on the history of the LCMS and ecumenism are in order. Back … Continue reading

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Sermon for Midweek

Here is my sermon for this months midweek service. I answer the question: How do we resolve the tension between sin and grace, law and gospel? (Hint: We don’t) But here’s how I said it in my sermon: Sin and … Continue reading

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Hmmm…

I got three unsolicited books from CPH in the mail today. I’m just going to assume they are samples, and CPH (or a concerned member) is not trying to send a message. The first two are “How to Make your … Continue reading

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