Roots of Christianity – Final session June 27

  The Roots of Christianity Pt. 6 Lutheran and “lutheran” Saving the best for last! Obviously I think the purest stream of Christianity (or as my pastor friends prefer to say: “the least dirty shirt in the pile”) is Lutheran because it hews most closely to the

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5th Sunday after Pentecost

Pentecost 5.18 “Not Much Fussed” Mark 4:35-41 So my question, and the Tuesday morning Bible Study (my own personal Sanhedrin) told me not to go there, but I really can’t help it, is this: “what happened to the other, little boats?” Do you ever wonder? I wonder.

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Roots of Christianity June 20

Roots of Christianity Pt. 5: Arminian—Methodist—Charismatic   Jacob Arminius was a Dutch Reformed theologian (1560-1609) who broke sharply from Calvinist positions as we studied last week and which are maintained in classic for by the 20th century Swiss theologian Karl Barth (more PhD dissertations in religious studies/theology

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4th Sunday after Pentecost

S. Pentecost 4.18 “While You Were Sleeping…” Mark 4:26-34 The problem of salvation has been vexing throughout the history of the world. Adam and Eve passed the buck on the sin thing to the devil in the Garden as we heard last week. God tells Ezekiel in

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Roots of Christianity June 13

  Roots of Christianity Pt. 4 “Reformed—Calvinist”   Hermann Sasse’s “Here We Stand”, Harper Bros. 1938 (which a witty professor of mine in the late 80’s said would be called “Here We Stood” today) remains the best resource for understanding the real differences between Lutherans and Reformed

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3rd Sunday after Pentecost

Pentecost 3.18 “Stockholm Syndrome, Revisited” Mark 3:20-35 Previously, in the Gospel of Mark: Jesus has been baptized by John and is going around forgiving sins, casting out demons (there were a lot of demons possessing people during Jesus’ 3 year tour, almost as many as loose nukes

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