Category Archives: Theological Musings

The Progressive Problem

“… progress means getting nearer to the place you want to be and if you have taken a wrong turning, then to go forward does not get you any nearer. If you are on the wrong road, progress means doing … Continue reading

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A Look at the Progressive Nature of Western Christianity

I’ve been thinking lately about the concept of Progressive Christianity; not necessarily about any current person or group using the designation, but just about the concept. There are some Christians who proudly refer to themselves as Progressives, to distinguish themselves … Continue reading

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More about worship

Go here for part 1. If the main purpose of Lutheran worship is to receive God’s gifts, then it follows that Lutheran worship is Christ-centered. Just take a look at the liturgical orders of service in either of our two … Continue reading

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On Creeds

James McGrath has an interesting post today, “I Believe in I Believe in God,” in which he writes Last Sunday in my Sunday school class, the topic that came up here on the blog recently also came up there: the … Continue reading

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