Category Archives: Apologetics

Evolution: A Defense Against – Update

I just finished a major edit of “Evolution: A Defense Against.” I am hoping for one more quick review before it heads to the copy-editor. Then, final corrections, formatting, and published! If all goes well, it will be ready before the … Continue reading

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Publishing Update. And a Bleg

Technically, I’m currently working on three different books. Catechetics: Fixing Confirmation is coming along nicely. I’m finishing up the final round of major edits from my end, and then I will be sending it out to reviewers. So here is … Continue reading

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The Perfect Gift Idea…

My family doesn’t give books as Christmas gifts. We give them for Epiphany. Why make this confession now? Because my mini-book “Evolution: A Defense Against” probably won’t be ready in time for Christmas. One of my reviewers is chocked full … Continue reading

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Saving Marriage

At a certain age, mothers and fathers explain to their children that there are boys and there are girls. Boys and girls are different. For all of world history, in every civilization, boys have grown up to marry girls, and … Continue reading

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Footwashers Snippet

As I make final revisions to Footwashers: Following the Jesus Way by Dr. Lehmann, I will be posting some snippets to whet the appetite. Whatever the devil gives is shoddy; he takes whatever he can get and ruins whatever he receives. From … Continue reading

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TTMBO, ACELC, and the 44

When serving at my first parish, I was privileged to be a part of the Northern Illinois Confessional Lutherans. In 2001, in response to certain events, the NICL produced and published a brief statement regarding prayer and fellowship. It was … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Afterlife (Do you mind if I call it that?)

A discussion has arisen regarding how we refer to the state of the Christian after death in this world. Do we say they have gone somewhere? If so, where? How do we refer to their soul? What happens in the … Continue reading

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