Monthly Archives: October 2013

An Excremental Theology for Reformation

Excremental Ecclesiology Blest is the man whose bowels move, And melt with pity to the poor; Whose soul, by sympathizing love, Feels what his fellow saints endure. His heart contrives for their relief More good than his own hands can … Continue reading

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What it means to be Lutheran by other Lutherans than Luther

What it means to be Lutheran: To quote Lutheran theologians. Here are some observations about what it means to be Lutheran from Lutherans besides just Luther. 1. We are never outside God’s grace: “As paradigmatic instantiation of what really is, … Continue reading

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In celebration of the Reformation

9-10 Theses for the Celebration of the Reformation   God’s radical, loving embrace and grace encompasses all of creation. Nothing is outside of God’s grace. Christian faith is about being bodyselves—wholly physical, deeply rooted in the earth, passionately incarnational. Simply … Continue reading

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