Grace underlines all of what we do in school, but it is always a grace that assumes action and discipline.
Luther's understanding of the gospel has a tremendous liberating appeal, but also grave hermeneutical consequences.
The devotionals in Liberated by God’s Grace lose track of divine grace in their push for temporal liberation.
If you and I cannot recognize that we are a “damn mess,” then I’m not sure what Christianity can offer.
The gospel is the proclamation that “the crucified and risen Jesus is the Messiah of Israel and therefore the Lord of the world.” And the time is ripe for a preaching ministry that reflects this gospel and equips the saints for the holy life which is our spiritual worship.
The Facebook thread: books that changed our lives (or some such). Mine tilt heavily toward the modern and contemporary, but God, in the form of truth, meets us through our loves and fears. He finds us where we are, having arrived himself in advance.