Writing on David Virtue’s web site, Ian Paul calls for Anglican bishops to discard their mitres. In addition to making the obvious complaint about their ridiculous appearance, Paul objects because mitres signal in a powerful way that bishops are a group set apart. Read more here.
A nasty George Floyd take
The anti-semitic ELCA at work
Catholic composer, David Haas, accused of “sexually predatory” behavior
Four of his sappy songs in ELCA hymnal
Find a list of the the four hymns here.
“Honor the sabbath, to keep it holy” – the third commandment. But “the sabbath” is Saturday. How dare Christians move worship to Sunday! By whose authority? If the ten commandments are God’s eternal law, who dares to change them? Seventh Day Adventists and Seventh Day Baptists worship on the sabbath, on Saturday. Do they take the Bible more seriously than we do?
Nicholas Hopman throws eternal law out the front door, only to sneak it in the back door – in a recent Lutheran Forum article in praise of Gerhard Forde. This is not the first time he makes this move. He did it in a 2016 essay, “Luther’s Antinomian Disputations and lex aeterna,” in the Lutheran Quarterly.
Nicholas Hopman writes in praise of Gerhard Forde in a recent Lutheran Forum. He notes that Forde warned about the problem of understanding the gospel in terms of a system of law. How ironic, because Hopman himself throws eternal law out the front door, only to sneak it in the back door.
Read more here .