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The online musings from pastors, theologians and laity that will help you see the world from a Lutheran perspective. 

Writing for Lutherans, Part 2: Tell the Truth

In this second article in a three-part series, we’ll explore my second-and-almost-as-important rule of writing for Lutherans: Tell the truth.

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Pro-life Women Elected to Congress

The drama of the 2020 election overshadowed another phenomenon that has received little press coverage.

When Prayer Goes Wrong

Politicians find it expedient to give an occasional nod to God, whoever or whatever they conceive the deity to be.

Come, Lord Jesus

When I became a Lutheran, one of the few things about my new church that I did not love was the Common Table Prayer.

How Does Faith Give Freedom?

In this next section of The Freedom of a Christian, Luther unpacks his assertion that faith alone justifies the sinner before God.

O Emmanuel!

And so we come to the last Vespers of Advent. Tonight the Great “O” Antiphon will be “O Emmanuel,” for tomorrow we will celebrate …

O Rex Gentium!

“You are a king?” Pilate said. “You have said so,” our Lord replied (John 18:37; Matt. 27:11). He was always a tad reluctant about that title “King.”

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