Tag: lutheran

So Happy Together

Readers of Shaun Pierce’s article on sola fide might find this interesting. In 1997, the Roman Catholic Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America produced this document: JOINT DECLARATION ON THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION The doctrine of justification was of central importance for the Lutheran Reformation of the sixteenth century. It was held to …

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There He Stood

Dr. Phillip Blosser, the Pertinacious Papist, wrote an interesting article on Martin Luther’s Bible. It dispels some common Protestant myths. “A common assumption among Lutherans and other Protestants is that Luther…was the Reformer, more than any other, who is to be credited with making the Bible available in the common language…What is not generally known …

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Women in the Church

I generally find that women don't appreciate being instructed about their proper roles from men. That's understandable. I'd imagine most men don't like being told their roles by women, either (though my gut tells me women hate hearing about womanhood from men more than the reverse). The author of the following defense of the all-male …

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