BWV 74 Wer mich liebet, der wird mein Wort halten, Sunday Cantata, 20. May 2018
"If anyone loves me, he will keep my word" (John 14:23). A Christian implores Christ to dwell in him and never leave him. Christ promises to make His dwelling place in everyone who believes in Him (John 14:28), which is the source of the Christian's hope and joy.
Functional atheist no more, The Lutheran Hour, 20. May 2018
A “functional atheist” is someone who believes in God—but lives as though God didn’t exist. Even Christian leaders can fall into that way of living, as if all depends on them and what they do.
Lutheran Radio News, 18. May 2018
• Church of England hands one of its charity chiefs a bonus of £250,000 despite its advice to the City to curb cash rewards • Religious believers will now be allowed to wear crosses to work in new official guidance, five years after Christian BA worker won a discrimination case after airline forced her to hide hers • Baptist Minister who said 'Jews are going to hell' and 'Hitler was part of God's plan' leads prayer at Jerusalem Embassy opening • Opponents of assisted dying laws coming into force in Guernsey have made an eleventh hour attempt to block the plans
Isaiah Chapter 66 - Part 7, Redeemer Theological Academy, 18. May 2018
In this lecture, we conclude our discussion on Chapter 66.
The Reformation of Salvation, The Lutheran Inquisitor, 14. May 2018
The concern of how our salvation can be verified has caused for much concern and different understandings within the Christian Church. Dr Tom Winger speaks of his article ‘The Reformation of Salvation’ to explain the Lutheran perception of how we are justified by grace, as the plan of Salvation which was fulfilled by the Son of God.