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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

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Some Resources 1 Reply

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James Robertson commented on Charles Henrickson's blog post "Friend, Move Up Higher" (Luke 14:1-14)
"Just as I am, Thou wilt receive, Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; Because Thy promise I believe, O Lamb of God, I come, I come."
Saturday
Charles Henrickson posted a blog post

"Friend, Move Up Higher" (Luke 14:1-14)

“Friend, Move Up Higher” (Luke 14:1-14)Suppose you’re invited to a banquet--a wedding banquet, for instance--so you get dressed up in your best clothes, and you get there, and you see some seats that are open at the various tables. You figure you’re a pretty important person, or you’d like to be seen as such, so you go up and take a seat up front, maybe even at the head table. But then some other guy comes in, and he doesn’t look all that impressive, and the host or the waiter comes over and…See More
Saturday
James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Sola Scriptura?
"Understanding Sola Scriptura  Michael Kruger - Aug 19, 2016 - LigonierMinistries We live in a world filled with competing truth claims. Every day, we are bombarded with declarations that something is true and that something else is false.…"
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gwlester is now a member of The Wittenberg Trail
Aug 23
James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Thy Word is Truth
"August 23, 2016 - PastoralMeanderings - Pr. Larry Peters The oldest, most complete Gospel book is in Ethiopia. . . The oldest known bound, complete, and illustrated copy of the Gospels, the so-called Garima Gospels, has actually been kept safe and…"
Aug 23
Rob Skye replied to Rob Skye's discussion The work of the Law. in the group Ask the Pastor
"Okay, thanks."
Aug 22
Nicole is now a member of The Wittenberg Trail
Aug 22
Charles Henrickson posted a blog post

"Strive to Enter through the Narrow Door" (Luke 13:22-30)

“Strive to Enter through the Narrow Door” (Luke 13:22-30)Suppose there’s a big party, a grand banquet that you’ve heard about, and you really want to go and be there for this great event. So you go to the banquet hall, and you see a door there, and you walk up to it and try the handle. It doesn’t budge. The door seems to be locked. “Okay, no problem, I’ll try another door.” Which you do. You pull on the handle, it doesn’t move, same thing. Hmm. What’s the problem? “Oh, wait! Let me see if…See More
Aug 20
Rob Skye replied to Rob Skye's discussion How much can God take? in the group Ask the Pastor
"Yes, you could say it was a cry for help.  I've been in despair due to depression, anger, then guilt and condemnation.  I make myself miserable by adding worrisome thought to whatever is going on with me.   I admit I don't…"
Aug 19
Rev. Alan J. Wollenburg replied to Rob Skye's discussion How much can God take? in the group Ask the Pastor
"Dear Rob: Let me take a try at answering your questions and what I think is a kind of "cry for help."            As to how merciful God is and how long He can "take it," the correct answer is that He…"
Aug 19
James Robertson replied to James Robertson's discussion Why You Should Take Theology Seriously
"InternetMonk The Good Samaritan (after Delacroix), Van Gogh God Has a “Wonderful Plan” for Your Death by Miguel Ruiz If I hear this one more time, I swear I’m gonna snap. “God has a plan.” Wonderful. And I almost…"
Aug 19
Rev. Richard Mittelstadt replied to Rob Skye's discussion The work of the Law. in the group Ask the Pastor
"I would say that is a prime example of the Law working on someone's heart, what is the recognition of killing if not a function of the Law."
Aug 19
 
 
 

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