Pope Francis: A Crisis Reveals What Is in Our Hearts

The Pope, despite his obvious flaws and meeting the biblical criteria for being the anti-Christ, diagnoses the problem well: the pandemic has revealed sinful hearts that are unstable and unprepared for death and punishment. But feeling or touching another’s pain does beget healing. “That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which … Continue reading Pope Francis: A Crisis Reveals What Is in Our Hearts

Freemasons Say They’re Needed Now More Than Ever. So Why Are Their Ranks Dwindling?

While claiming to not be a religion, worship rites and generic, non-trinitarian names for God, say otherwise. While civil works are not bad, they still condemn before the holy God and offer no salvation, just like all man-made religions. The issue of membership in religious lodges was a clear division between Lutheran churches in the … Continue reading Freemasons Say They’re Needed Now More Than Ever. So Why Are Their Ranks Dwindling?

John 6 Errors Perpetrated in CPH’s Concordia Commentary: John 1:1-7:1 by Weinrich

John 6 has been controverted within conservative Lutheran circles in recent decades, specifically verses 53-56: So Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you. Whoever feeds on my flesh and drinks my blood … Continue reading John 6 Errors Perpetrated in CPH’s Concordia Commentary: John 1:1-7:1 by Weinrich

Who is my Neighbor and who should I Love in Turbulent and Troubling Times?

Most all agree, in principle, that we should love and help our neighbors. But the purveyors of racial justice have grouped disparate people together by a very superficial and difficult to define characteristic. The biblical justification for leaders pushing this agenda in the church (Lutherans for Racial Justice, for example in the LCMS) is the … Continue reading Who is my Neighbor and who should I Love in Turbulent and Troubling Times?

Lutherans Going East: If You’re Going to Run Through the Bosporus Give Heed to CCR

Pastor Paul Harris Trinity Lutheran, Austin, TX Originally Published June 6, 2020 in Christian News PDF File:Download According to Wikipedia: “The Bosporus or Bosphorus is a narrow, natural strait and an internationally significant waterway located in northwestern Turkey. It forms part of the continental boundary between Europe and Asia, and divides Turkey by separating Anatolia … Continue reading Lutherans Going East: If You’re Going to Run Through the Bosporus Give Heed to CCR