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celtic-trinity-knot-by-kristen-foxAs we approach the observance of two special Sundays of the Church calendar — Pentecost Sunday and Holy Trinity Sunday — our congregation will be hosting a unique interfaith event that puts into practice the themes of Pentecost Sunday and Holy Trinity Sunday.  This event is the product of our growing relationship with our neighbors at Al Huda Mosque here on Edgerton in Greenfield. (more…)

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On Reformation Sunday in October we will again commemorate the Protestant Reformation of the Sixteenth Century that brought renewal to the Medieval Church.  And the essential principles for the Protestant Reformation, especially for us Lutherans, are (more…)

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In last month’s article, I challenged the medieval concept of Penal Substitutionary Atonement, a well-established atonement theory that asserts Jesus essentially saved us from God by being our substitute for punishment. (more…)

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Happy Easter Everyone!!!

In last month’s article, I stated the following:  “We are saved by God’s grace through the free gift of faith — not by our works — so that we might live repentant, God-conscious lives of good works for the glory of God and the benefit of all people everywhere!”

However, I neglected to explain what we are saved from. (more…)

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