ONE YEAR READING PLAN
Downloadable and customizable reading plan in Excel format
New Testament on one side, Psalms on the other.
Formatted for Microsoft Excel.
Enter the start date and all the dates will be automatically adjusted.
Clickable references take you to the reading on BibleGateway.
Or print and fold at the marks to make a bookmark for your print edition.
outside the realm of Theologia Crucis
Legalism is Antinomianism, just as Antinomianism is a kind of Legalism.
Legalism is Antinomianism, just as Antinomianism is a kind of Legalism (from the other theologia crucis)
A confessional Lutheran on evolution
Enthusiasm in the LCMS
Two links were added to Why we joined the Lutheran Church:
The article “If God exists, why doesn’t he prove it?” appeared today on the web site of Modern Reformation with its New Atheism issue.
With contributors “from Anglican, Baptist, Congregational, Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and Reformed churches,” Modern Reformation describes itself as “the leading voice for confessing evangelicals across the Reformation spectrum.” Should the Lutheran Reformation and the Zwinglian Reformation be considered together as one Protestant Reformation?
A link to this ER clip was added to Theology of the Cross: the Faith Luther Confessed. See this reaction by Higher Things.
The Historic Lectionary
A link to HistoricLectionary.com as a frame makes Dawning Realm’s prayer page (“Worship in the kingdom”) more helpful as an aid to daily worship.
If God exists, why doesn’t he prove it?
The author of The End of Faith asked, “How is it fair for God to have designed a world which gives such ambiguous testimony to his existence?” Christians typically respond to the new atheists with answers from the Intelligent Design movement or from other developments of Thomas Aquinas’s “proofs” of God’s existence. By contrast, orthodox Christians of the first century, far from advancing philosophical arguments for the existence of God, maintained that those who deny his existence suppress the knowledge they already have of him from the things he created…