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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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Kieschnick's Protest Against Ecclesiastical Supervision Change Proposal 1 Reply

Started by Wesley Tetsuji Kan in General. Last reply by Rev. Richard Mittelstadt Jun 8.

The proper sequence 13 Replies

Started by Andy Evans in General. Last reply by James Robertson Mar 3.

Micro Synods verses Macro Synods

Started by Roy A. Steward in General Jan 19.

Baptismal Regeneration - Answer to Mr Joseph Moore #Updated 11 Replies

Started by tom cotton in General. Last reply by tom cotton Feb 18.

Some Resources 1 Reply

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

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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion The Lutheran Difference in the group The Church Visible
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Pro-life Efforts in the group Lutherans for Life
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James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion FEAR NOT!
"Speak, Even When No One Wants to Listen Jul 25, 2016 - Bill Muehlenberg - CultureWatch Those who will unflinchingly and relentlessly proclaim truth are becoming an endangered species throughout the West today. Truth itself is under attack, and…"
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"Raised, Rooted, and Walking" (Colossians 2:6-15)

“Raised, Rooted, and Walking” (Colossians 2:6-15)“Raised, Rooted, and Walking”: This is the rhythm of the Christian life. “Raised, Rooted, and Walking”: This is God’s will for you, in your life. “Raised, Rooted, and Walking”: This is how Paul describes it in our Epistle lesson for today, from Colossians 2. Let’s take a look.Paul writes, in Colossians 2:6-7: “Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you…See More
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One Thing Is Necessary--His Name Is Jesus

Like Martha, you and I are “are anxious and troubled about many things,” including what look to us like the shortfalls of those around us—friend or foe, relative or stranger. You and I get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, thinking everything depends upon us and what we are doing and is being threatened or sabotaged by what others are not doing or doing wrong and poorly. . . .In all our anxiety and trouble we, like Martha, have times where we get frustrated, fed up, and…See More
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