Veritas. A Harvard Professor, a Con Man, and the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife, by Ariel Sabar, tells the story of how easily Dr. Karen King of Harvard Divinity School was duped by a forged papyrus. Read excerpts from Matti Friedman’s review of Veritas in the Jewish Review of Books.
The LGBTQ agenda is wreaking havoc on the modern world, undermining the father-mother family, the basic unit of society. What do we Lutherans have in our arsenal to fight this agenda? A word from the Lord? A definitive, divine answer? Something that puts us above the fray of public debate? Perhaps the ten commandments? Are they God’s eternal law?
Among Lutherans there are some who “have misused the law/gospel distinction to promote an allegedly more liberated sexual ethic,” write Albert Collver III, James Nestingen, and John Pless in their preface to The Necessary Distinction. A Continuing Conversation on Law and Gospel, which reports on the official discussions among the Lutheran Church-Canada (LCC), the North American Lutheran Church (NALC), and the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LC-MS). These Lutherans are seeking unity and a common hermeneutic with which to fight the LGBTQ agenda.
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“In the realm of theology, shallowness is treason.” With this quote from Abraham Joshua Heschel as a jumping off point, Eric Crump takes a deep dive into the Apology and comes up with insights that endure.