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What is at the heart of the Lutheran faith? The better question is this: who is at the heart of the Lutheran faith? Martin Luther answered that question by searching the Bible. He discovered that “All the Scriptures point to … Continue reading
We especially meet Jesus in the Gospels, the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John (found in the New Testament). The Gospels are narratives of the life and work of Jesus. Eyewitnesses to the words and life of Jesus wrote … Continue reading