Chaplain Mike over at the blog Internet Monk has more to say about his conversion to Lutheranism. He focuses here on how helpful he is finding the Christ-centeredness of Lutheranism and the distinction between Law and Gospel: How the Lutheran Tradition Answers Many Post-Evangelical Concerns (2) | internetmonk.com.
Read the comments too. Other evangelicals there are drawn to these teachings, though some of them are stumbling over major misconceptions. Maybe some of you could help.
[The discussion yesterday focused nearly exclusively on how Chaplain Mike has ended up at an ELCA congregation rather than at a more conservative congregation, such as one affiliated with the LCMS. Perhaps now we could discuss his larger point, how he has found his "post-evangelical concerns" answered in the Lutheran tradition.]