Pietism, A Result of Less not More Law.

BY JOHN L. MOSEMAN:

How clear distinction frees us from making it all about us. Continue reading Pietism, A Result of Less not More Law.

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Why Santification Matters

Since everything will be destroyed in this way, what kind of people ought you to be? You ought to live holy and godly lives as you look forward to the day of God and speed its coming. That day will bring about the destruction of the heavens by fire, and the elements will melt in the heat.                                   2 Peter 3:11,12   “We believe, teach, … Continue reading Why Santification Matters

Is Lutheranism The Problem, or is it The Lutherans?

  The recent uptick in public division between solid Lutheran pastors has got to make one think heavily on the soul of Lutheranism. Why does it seem that we have so many prideful and polemic clergy at war with each other? I would imagine that the stress of the job would have a lot to do with that. The real issue is that those most … Continue reading Is Lutheranism The Problem, or is it The Lutherans?

A Response To My Critics

In my post entitled Radical Lutheranism is Adjunct Calvinism. I received a mix of valid criticism and unfair attacks from some in Radical Lutheran circles. While I do admit my grammar made it hard to understand my points; and I take full credit for that. The contentions I made were still valid.  I understand that the best thing to do is to remove my post and … Continue reading A Response To My Critics

How Narina Would Be Different if Edmund Embraced Antinomianism

  In C.S. Lewis’s fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia, it’s characters are consistently faced with real impacting decisions. Unlike in other fantasy series Lewis’ characters have serious implications and once in the world of Narnia the choices made and actions done are only more intensified.  The perfect example of this is when Edmund lies about Lucy going to Narnia through the Wardrobe. In the “real world” he is believed … Continue reading How Narina Would Be Different if Edmund Embraced Antinomianism