Tag Archives: Theology and Culture

Reviewing the “Field Test”: Part 3, Fatal Flaws and a Prescription for Recovery

In Part 1, I reviewed some of the strengths of the Revised Catechism Field Test. In Part 2, I looked at some new things that didn’t quite work. In Part 3, I go over what I see as problems that … Continue reading

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Free Resource for Circuit Visitors

A FB friend was appointed CV. He mentioned that he would be restoring the practice of visitation in his circuit, and was working on resources for that. The Council of Presidents was given the assignment almost four years ago to prepare … Continue reading

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Reviewing the “Field Test”: Part 1, the Good

The Field Test of “An Explanation of Martin Luther’s Small Catechism” has been mailed to every pastor in synod for comment. An online survey has been set up for pastors to give feedback. But such a short-form response seemed inadequate … 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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Sermon for Trinity 18

There are different types of questions. There are honest, sincere questions. We see such a question from the Blessed Virgin Mary when the angel announces that she will bear the savior. “How will this be, since I am a virgin?” … Continue reading

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Evolution: Still wrong

Over at Teach These Things, you can download – for free! – session 8 of Teach These Things. It’s the one were we look at the implications and shortcoming of evolution. For those who want more, I taught a class … Continue reading

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Free to Good Home (Or Classical Schools)

I realized as I was looking for it on my Hard Drive, that I never posted the Latin Litinia Correcta (Luther’s Latin Litany in Latin). Given that Latin is in the name, you might think it’s easy to find online. Hah-hah-hah! … Continue reading

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