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Perry Noble Drops the N-Word

Perry Noble Drops the N-Word

Your browser does not support the HTML 5 audio tag. Click Here to Download this episode Program segments: • Perry Noble Drops the N-Word • William Tapley Reviews His Greatest Hits • Brian Houston’s Slippery Christmas Message • Sermon Review:…

Perry Noble Drops the N-Word on Christmas Eve!

On Christmas Eve, not only did Perry Noble claim that the Hebrew language has no word for "command" (see this episode of F4F to hear and see this debunked), Perry Noble also dropped the N-word. But, what burns my cookies…
Another Lutheran Swims the Tiber. . .

Another Lutheran Swims the Tiber. . .

Another Lutheran has swum the Tiber.  Russ Saltzman, erstwhile Lutheran Pastor and commentator, has signaled his intention to be received into the Roman Catholic Church, with his wife Dianne.  In the end, when Lutheran pastors leave Lutheranism, it is seldom to find something less but the something more the Lutheran Confessions expect but one sees all too infrequently among the parishes and jurisdictions of Lutheran bodies — namely, evangelical catholicity. Evangelical catholicity, as I said on another forum, is summed up best in the Augustana itself:  “That in doctrine and ceremonies nothing has been received on our part against Scripture or the Church Catholic.”  Evangelical catholicity is doctrinal and liturgical – not a choice between them.  Missouri often seems to. . . Read All
An honorable man. . . a good bishop. . . a great friend

An honorable man. . . a good bishop. . . a great friend

In 1978 I was awaiting the second most important news of my career — where I would serve my vicarage (3rd year internship from seminary for all you who don’t know the lingo).  As I watched the procession of District Presidents into Kramer Chapel, I watched in horror at the sight of gaudy sport jackets, wild ties, and leisure suits. . . and then one guy in a three piece gray suit with a full clerical collar.  He had a beard and long hair and I knew nothing of him (he was a very new District President) but prayed he would be the bishop of the district where I would serve.  In an odd turn of fate, he was.  His. . . Read All
Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Light for My Path Daily Devotion Bible Reading [Jesus said] “And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew…

The Sixth Day of Christmas

Daily Lectionary: Isaiah 58:1-59:3, 14-21; Luke 1:26-38 “I believe that Jesus Christ…is my Lord, who has redeemed me, purchased and won me from all sins, from death and from the power of the devil not with gold and silver but with His holy precious …
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