Started by racin_jason, November 17, 2008, 04:51:46 PM
Quote from: Rev. Ian Wolfe, STS on May 14, 2009, 09:54:52 AMAny Boone's Farm lovers out there? I have a miscellaneous question, which I was going to post as a new thread but since there is a perfect place for such questions, here it goes. I have a parishioner who wants to learn more about Lutheran Theology/Doctrine/Practice/Biblical Interpretation and I told him I would prepare a kind of Top Ten reads for beginning introduction to deeper study of Lutheran Doctrine and Luther Study. I have a few in mind, but I am sure there are many that aren't coming to mind. So...What books would you recommend to a lay person wanting deeper Lutheran/Luther study? (Introductory to Moderate level)
Quote from: Charles_Austin on November 22, 2009, 02:23:29 PMThe "festival" is a relatively new institution, growing out of Roman Catholic Germany at a time when nationalism was on the rise and the Pope wanted to assert Christ's rule over that of the state. We could do without it. It was not in the Service Book and Hymnal.
Quote from: racin_jason on November 22, 2009, 02:11:32 PMDid anyone else notice that in Sundays and Seasons prayers for Christ the King Sunday, that Christ was not mentioned as King, nor was any royal imagery used? Maybe this is a non-issue --there are more important issues before us. But part of me wonders if this is related what the cover-story "The Lutheran" talks about this month, dismantling patriarchy,
Quote from: Jeff-MN on November 22, 2009, 07:28:11 PMIsn't today now called "The Reign of Christ" Sunday in the ELCA?