Category Archives: Lutheran

Lent Picking

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIq92yp_a0c[/youtube] It must be the Lenten season, right? Turn on the television or the radio. McDonalds promotes its filet-o-fish sandwich.  The campy wall bass now calls out via cell phone to those seeking a “meatless” repast. The local news reports on people heartedly devoted to completing the Northeast Ohio fish … Continue reading
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Reformation Recollections

It seems only fitting to acknowledge the earnest stance that Martin Luther took against the establishment when he nailed these 95 Theses to the doors at Wittenberg.  He wanted to openly discuss these ninety-five propositions, but Pope Leo and the institutionalized … Continue reading Continue reading

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