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Or so you would think. There is an almost endless array of scenarios and speculations about how the world will end. See pages 55–58 of Lutheranism 101 for a list of only a few predictions of the end of the … Continue reading
We’ve been hearing from a lot of you that you’re using Lutheranism 101 as an evangelism tool. How so? Are you giving the book to Lutherans or non-Lutherans? What experiences have you had? Share in the comments below.
Historically, the Christian Church has recognized three Ecumenical Creeds: the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed. A brief word about each of these creeds is helpful. Apostles’ Creed The Apostles’ Creed is the shortest and simplest of … Continue reading
Good works are essential for enabling those around you to live healthy, productive, full, and faith-centered lives. In addition, good works are necessary as markers that assure us that faith is alive in us. The good works we do give evidence of a living faith. We know the tree is living if it is producing good fruit. Continue reading