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Living The Baptismal Life

St. Paul's "letter" to the Colossians is more than a letter. It is, in fact, a baptismal address written to the newly baptized in the church at Colossae teaching them (and us) about the baptismal life. Though it is addressed to the baptized the vice and virtue listed herein is God's will for all men, a will and way of life that one disregards at his own peril. It is tru...

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Christian Response To "Wokeness" - Must See

Please view this video entitled: A Christian Response To Wokeness, and pass it on as able. Best if it is viewed several times....

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Fainting Couch

Do you have a fainting couch for sale? It should fetch a good price these days. A huge collision took place on the 4th of July. Cultural ideologists suffered a high speed crash with reality. They had been gatting about like chickens without a head since the Buffalo Massacre. Uvalde TX lit their hair on fire. The Highland Park Massacre on July 4th has added petroleum jelly...

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Was Salvador Ramos Sick Or Was He Evil?

It is not easy to quantify the stygian darkness in which our culture lives when considering the reactions to the Uvalde TX shooting. But two things especially trouble me. First the refusal of some in the media to mention the name of Salvador Ramos who perpetrated the crimes. This is childish and it should frighten us to have children steering something so powerful as the ...

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A Time To Be Silent

As of this writing 21 people have died at the hands of criminal Salvador Ramos in Uvalde, TX. Everyone wants to weigh in from the individual Tweeter to the president of the United States. But are they talking because they have something to say, or because the have to say something? There is nothing to say.Instead let every man repent of his sins, and root out the evil tha...

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Oil In Scripture And Church Practice

Oil In Scripture And Church Practice Perspective The Lutheran Reformation restored great truths to the holy Christian church, above all the primacy of God's grace: namely that sinners are spared the condemnation due to them because to their sins solely on the basis of God's grace and goodness! No one can purchase his way into heaven, but it is "the gift of God, not of...

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The Law And The Cross

What does St. Paul mean when he writes: "I count all things as loss for the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, through whom I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as rubbish, that I might gain Christ; and be found in him not having my own righteousness proceeding from the Law, but that righteousness which comes "through the faith of Christ" w...

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The End Of The Ages

What does St. Paul mean by "the end of the ages" in Sunday's epistle (Lent 3C)? "Now these things happened to them as an example, and were written down for our instruction, upon whom the ends of the ages is come. (1 Cor.10:11) How can he say of the church 2,000 years ago that "the end of the ages" had come upon them? How can we say it? If we interpret Scripture with s...

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The Liturgy According To St. Luke

Below is my translation of Sunday's gospel (Lent 3 - Series C). If we read it with liturgical, sacramental and incarnational eyes we will find that St. Luke casts this, and his entire gospel, in a liturgical framework. In other words his gospel is not simply a desultory report of things Jesus did, but the verbal icon of the liturgy that his life is. This becomes evident wi...

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Ezekiel And Jesus

Every commentator I've ever read says that "son of man" in Ezekiel has nothing to do with that term as it applies to Jesus. But I must ask, why? We know that Ezekiel is a type of Christ, even as are all the prophets (Acts 10:43 et. al.). So why the man, but not the title? I suspect that, like so many other presuppositions, that this is one more false conclusion that has ...

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