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Audio Interview: BECOMING A CHRISTIAN

Dr. Matt Phillips of Concordia University Nebraska was interviewed on “Steadfast Throwdown” late in October. During this interview, he discusses an important question when it comes to evangelism and missions, namely, “How does one become a Christian?” Listen to the …. . . Read All
The pursuit of vernacular. . .

The pursuit of vernacular. . .

The presumption has always been that originally Christians DID worship in their vernacular but over time this was stolen from them.  A convenient but, perhaps, inaccurate truth.  Some are now suggesting that there never was a vernacular Christianity but that all the languages of antiquity were sufficiently distant from their conversational counterparts that, for all intents and purposes, they were liturgical languages. “Liturgical Latin, as constituted towards the end of Christian Antiquity and preserved unchanged – in its main lines at least – is a deliberately sacral stylisation of Early Christian Latin as it gradually developed in the Christian communities of the West. The Latin Christians were comparatively late in creating a liturgical language. When they did so, the Christian . . . Read All
Brain Cancer Will Likely Kill Me, But There’s No Way I’ll Kill Myself

Brain Cancer Will Likely Kill Me, But There’s No Way I’ll Kill Myself

Maggie Karner is dying. She isn’t alone. We are all dying, actually, but Maggie has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. At the same time, Maggie is a true Sacramental Minion. Baptized into Christ, she trusts and relies upon her Lord and Savi…
Monday, November 3, 2014

Monday, November 3, 2014

Light for My Path Daily Devotion Bible Reading But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his…

Monday of the 20th Week after Trinity

Today’s Reading: Isaiah 55:1-9 Daily Lectionary: Jeremiah 3:6-4:2; Matthew 22:1-22 “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, Nor are your ways My ways,” says the LORD. (Isaiah 55:8) In the Name + of Jesus. Amen. These words of Isaiah are often quoted …
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