Category Archives: Footwashers

A Challenge

Over the past few months, I have become something of a minor celebrity among proponents of Two Kinds of Righteousness. I have, very publicly, stated my opposition to it. I have defended that position, as far as I am able, … Continue reading

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Footwashers Snippet #3

Because Jesus brought a new ethic for the novel task facing the Church of the New Testament, the ethical questions he raised dealt not with whether or not a given action conformed or did not conform to some moral or … Continue reading

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Footwashers: Snippet #2

Here is a snippet from the soon-to-be-released book “Footwashers: Following the Jesus Way” by Dr. William Lehmann. It’s amazing that the ethics of Jesus sound so remarkably like the ethics of Luther, Gerhard, Walther… The ethic of the New Testament … 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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