Luther on God's use of means

In our day, in the time of the New Testament, God has given us Baptism, the Sacrament of the Altar, and absolution to bring Christ very »

the problem with Forde, Paulson, et al (link)

There is a fantastic post over at Ded Orthodox Zeppelin that should be mandatory reading for Lutherans (or our sympathizers) of any ilk. The discussion centers »

hey, Crossway, thanks for being awesome!

It's no secret that the HCSB is my favorite bible translation with respect to the its combination of translation equivalence with well-written English...with that in »

moral trauma in today's combat operations

Many are quick to label (informally) or diagnose (formally) military members struggling with the aftereffects of their service as suffering from PTSD. As a result, one »

prayer for Good Friday

And they crucified him... -- Mark 15.23a (ESV) Almighty and everlasting God, You willed that Your Son should bear for us the pains of the »

on the Lord's Supper

When you wish to go to the Lord's Supper listen to the words spoken, and be assured that they contain the whole treasure on which you »

a calm and quiet Lent

O Lord, my heart is not lifted up; my eyes are not raised too high; I do not occupy myself with things too great and too »

the most remarkable thing about Francis

The most remarkable thing about the Pope is that what he is doing should not be remarkable.  He is simply doing what Popes and Christians should »

on the power of Christ

It is plain that if Christ were powerless, He could not be expelling demons and despoiling idols, for the spirits would not have obeyed a powerless »

Luther on living by faith

Living solely by faith is a difficult way of life. -- Martin Luther »