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"Repent, Believe, and Follow" (Mark 1:14-20)

Posted by Charles Henrickson on January 24, 2015 at 11:30pm

A Time Not Unlike Our Own.

Posted by Dave Gosse on January 17, 2015 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

On being catholic...

Posted by Juan O. Cepero on January 17, 2015 at 7:15pm

Sex and the Single Christian

Posted by Dave Gosse on January 16, 2015 at 9:19pm — 3 Comments

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What happened to Catholic Bishops in Reformed lands? 2 Replies

Started by David S. in General. Last reply by David S. on Sunday.

CTS–FW Honors Maggie Karner with Doctor of Humane Letters Degree

Started by Rev. Richard Mittelstadt in General Jan 28.

Political Correctness,Tolerance, Multi-culturalism and Moral Relativism 49 Replies

Started by James Robertson in General. Last reply by James Robertson 2 hours ago.

Proposed Resolution for upcoming convention on Classical Education 14 Replies

Started by Rev. Richard Mittelstadt in General. Last reply by Janet Payne Jan 22.

...written in their hearts? 13 Replies

Started by James Robertson in General. Last reply by James Robertson Feb 26.

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James Robertson commented on James Robertson's blog post Being a Christian cannot be separated from being in church
"Five Things the Church Wishes the Culture Understood Lutheran Witness ^ | 5 Mar 2015 | J. Patrick Niles This post has been a long time in the making. For the past decade, every time I read a post by some avant-garde…"
1 hour ago
James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Abortion and Same-Sex Marriage: 'Insidious and Dangerous' Threats in the group Lutherans for Life
"Contraception gave us divorce and gay ‘marriage’ and will destroy us: here’s how LifeSiteNews  | 3/4/15 | David F. Prentis March 4, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) -- Although there has always been contraception, its acceptance and…"
2 hours ago
James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Political Correctness,Tolerance, Multi-culturalism and Moral Relativism
"What is Wrong With Murdering Someone? by David Whitney - March 5, 2015 - AmericanClarion Lying and moral relativism are rampant in America today. Consider the problem. If relativism were true, then lying along with stealing and murder are all…"
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James Robertson replied to Dave Gosse's discussion R U Being Manipulated
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Wisdom of Elders
"Looking For Love There is no question that we are designed to love, and to receive love. We were created for community, and we all have a basic need to be affirmed and accepted by others, and be in meaningful relationships with other people. Those…"
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion What did you learn in school today?
8 hours ago
James Robertson replied to Dave Gosse's discussion Socialism and Christianity
"BAD THEOLOGY MAKES BAD POLITICS By Lee Duigon March 5, 2015 NewsWithViews.com In an exchange with one of my liberal friends—who is, by the way, a professing Christian—I was shocked when he said, “So why is a world government a bad…"
8 hours ago
James Robertson commented on James Robertson's blog post A True Work of Art
"A close-up from “Jesus Talking and Listening to the Elders” by Scot Jenkins leaves an almost lurid but still transcendent, atmosphere through paint and texture. We view only the back of Jesus’ head, which seems to emanate fire…"
9 hours ago
David S. replied to Rob Skye's discussion What if your life just isn't what a Christian's is supposed to be? in the group Ask the Pastor
"Good morning Rob,   There is much wisdom offerred by others here already, so I'll just add that I also occasionally get frustrated when I fall into things I made resolution to conquer.  While I agree we are called to be…"
10 hours ago
Larry Hughes replied to Rob Skye's discussion What if your life just isn't what a Christian's is supposed to be? in the group Ask the Pastor
"I would heartedly what pastor Wolleburg said.  A lot of this is due to false heterodoxy we encounter and/o thar has slipped in to luthranism.  The poison is subtle and uses otherwise actual christian/biblical terms.  Regen Penter…"
yesterday
Dave Gosse replied to Rob Skye's discussion What if your life just isn't what a Christian's is supposed to be? in the group Ask the Pastor
"HI Rob I'm not a pastor but I sometimes dance the keyboard in places where I shouldn't (fools and angels and all that). First, if you have placed your trust in God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) you are already right with God.  Now…"
yesterday
Rev. Alan J. Wollenburg replied to Rob Skye's discussion What if your life just isn't what a Christian's is supposed to be? in the group Ask the Pastor
"Dear Rob: There is not a single Christian who is living the life which s/he is supposed to live -- have you ever read the second half of Romans 7? The beloved apostle (him of all people!) writes of the struggle between his new man (in Christ,…"
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