November 24, 2017

Archives for October 2017

Reformation 500: How the Lutheran Tradition Answers Many Post-Evangelical Concerns (2)

Note from CM: It is October 2017, and many of our posts this month will be about the Reformation. This year marks 500 years since Luther’s 95 Theses, and we will do our best to look at the subsequent world-changing events and movements from as many perspectives as possible. We begin with my own personal […]

Reformation 500: How the Lutheran Tradition Answers Many Post-Evangelical Concerns (1)

Note from CM: It is October 2017, and many of our posts this month will be about the Reformation. This year marks 500 years since Luther’s 95 Theses, and we will do our best to look at the subsequent world-changing events and movements from as many perspectives as possible. We begin with my own personal […]

16th Sunday after Trinity: Pic & Cantata of the Week

(Click on picture for larger image) The Gospel text about Jesus raising to life the son of the widow of Nain (Luke 7:11-17) gave J.S. Bach the opportunity to write four cantatas on the theme of welcoming death as the path toward being raised into the presence of the Savior. BWV 95, “Christus, der is […]