Tag Archives: Grace

May All the Other Garbage Go

Reformation Day Reflection, May all the Other Garbage Go. As long as something is being added, whatever that may be, to which we give even partial redemptive attributes, we have not grasped the heart, meaning and continuing urgency of the … Continue reading

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Luther’s Protest is Not Over

Over the recent years we could hear numerous Christian leaders, organizations and committees calling for the restoration of unity within a divided Christian community. “Luther’s protest is over” – they argue. What they mean is that there exist no more … Continue reading

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Reflections, Romans: Jesus Without Strings Attached

  Wherever a Christian culture exists that encourages its followers to believe and act as if their salvation, or sense of God’s approval depended on our human works (whether they are the works of the Law, or our own rules, … Continue reading

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Heavenly Reality is not Just a Better Shadow

Recently in the Bible study group I am attending we were studying the Epistle to the Hebrews. As we were reviewing this fascinating New Testament letter I remembered some notes on the Hebrews I wrote twenty years ago. I am … Continue reading

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Keeping or Beholding

Protestants in general agree that one of the uses of the law is to lead broken and condemned people to Jesus Christ. Likewise, Protestants in general believe that when Jesus saves us He delivers us back to the supervision of … Continue reading

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