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To keep the WT in place, we have to bring back visitors to the site. One of the problems with the old site was the "signal to noise" ratio -- the good lutheran content v.s. the "jokes", "silly comments", and "political topics" that predominated the old site. Please make an effort to post only Lutheran or Christian content on the site.

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To keep the WT going, we need to have people want to return to the site. One of the problem that seems to be happening is the "signal to noise" ratio, that is the content of good Lutheran theology and conversation v.s. the "jokes", "silly comments", and "political topics" that seem to be creeping back in more and more. Please make an effort to post only Lutheran or Christian content on the site.

 

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Micro Synods verses Macro Synods

Started by Roy A. Steward in General Jan 19.

Baptismal Regeneration - Answer to Mr Joseph Moore #Updated 10 Replies

Started by tom cotton in General. Last reply by James Robertson Jan 26.

Some Resources 1 Reply

Started by tom cotton in General. Last reply by James Robertson Nov 6, 2015.

Leviticus 23 2 Replies

Started by john mac in General. Last reply by James Robertson Sep 8, 2015.

An interesting discussion 5 Replies

Started by john mac in General. Last reply by James Robertson Sep 1, 2015.

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tom cotton posted a blog post

David Henkel Against the Unitarians - Section I.

SECTION I.One of the principal arguments of the Unitarians is, that there can be no difference shewn between three divine persons and three beings. This is examined, and the distinction between the Father and the Son is somewhat elucidated. That God is but one being is admitted by all Christian denominations, and also by Mahometans, Deists and Devils. I shall therefore offer no proof in behalf of his unity. But that three persons are God, deserves an investigation, to ascertain whether, or not…See More
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Are You in God's Will? in the group About Prayer
"Eliminating Unrealistic Expectations Ligonier.Org  | 2/8/2016 Sometimes we all feel as if our prayers lack the power to penetrate our ceilings. It seems as though our petitions fall on deaf ears and God remains unmoved or unconcerned about our…"
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tom cotton commented on tom cotton's blog post Martin Luther's comments on Psalms 21 to 30
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James Robertson commented on tom cotton's blog post Martin Luther's comments on Psalms 21 to 30
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tom cotton commented on tom cotton's blog post Martin Luther's comments on Psalms 21 to 30
"From Martin Luther's Manual of the PsalmsSource http://anaussiebrekkie.com/resources/a-manual-of-the-psalms/psalm-21-30/"
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tom cotton posted a blog post

Martin Luther's comments on Psalms 21 to 30

PSALM XXI.A thanksgiving for victory.—Confidence of further success.To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.THE king shall joy in thy strength, O Lord: and in thy salvation how greatly shall he rejoice!Thou hast given him his heart’s desire, and hast not withholden the request of his lips. Selah.For thou preventest him with the blessings of goodness: thou settest a crown of pure gold on his head.He asked life of thee, and thou gavest it him, even length of days for ever and ever.His…See More
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Charles Henrickson posted a blog post

"The Transfiguration--and Exodus--of Our Lord" (Luke 9:28-36)

“The Transfiguration--and Exodus--of Our Lord” (Luke 9:28-36)Today is the Transfiguration of Our Lord. This is the festival we celebrate every year on the last Sunday after the Epiphany. We have seen Christ’s glory as the incarnate Son of God being manifested throughout the Epiphany season, beginning with the visit of the wise men on Epiphany itself. At the Baptism of Our Lord, Christ’s messiahship was attested and affirmed by the Holy Spirit descending on him in the form of a dove and the…See More
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Law vs. Life in the group Lutherans for Life
"Lincoln, Life and Liberty Abraham Lincoln is remembered for many things. He was the 16th President of the United States, and he was assassinated while attending a theatre on April 15, 1865. But it was his fight against slavery, culminating in the…"
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Worldview? in the group The Church Visible
"How can God expect us to have faith? It seems so uncertain. We all live by faith. Whether we are Muslims, Christians, atheists, agnostics, we all live by faith. I mean this in at least two ways. First of all, we all must trust the testimony of…"
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion The lost art of reading
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James Robertson commented on James Robertson's blog post Read Me. (How well do you know your Bible?)
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