Its that time again, time to win a free book! This time around I am giving away a free copy of Martin … Continue reading Book Giveaway – Martin Luther in His Own Words
Martin Luther. As the 500th anniversary of the reformation this name will be on the lips of many people. Yet, … Continue reading Martin Luther in His Own Words
I just finished Tim Keller’s new book on prayer. It is at one theological, practical, and pastoral. Overall it was … Continue reading Martin Luther on Prayer & Meditation
Why should we read the Old Testament? It seems pretty obvious to us today, but in 16th century Germany there … Continue reading Reading the Old Testament with Martin Luther
When it comes to atonement theologies people often break them up into classic, satisfaction, and subjective categories. However it might … Continue reading The Direction of Atonement in Luther’s Theology
A few days ago I posted some thoughts on what I think Paul meant by “the righteousness of God” in … Continue reading The Righteousness of God in Historical Context
I love valentines day! Not because I love the holiday itself, but because it generated some really good tweets. Two … Continue reading Best Valentine’s Day Tweets
Fun Fact: The only countries in which Reformation Day is a national holiday are Chile and Slovenia. (Though in Chile … Continue reading Happy Reformation Day!
Listen to Martin Luther’s encouragement to learn the original languages of the Bible: “In proportion then as we value the … Continue reading Why Should I Learn Greek and Hebrew?