More disciples, not more members: #6 in a series

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Last in a series of posts on Luther, Lutherans, and calling by Lutheran pastor Adam Roe with responses over at Cranach by Gene Veith. See the whole series at the bottom of this post. My purpose has not been to offer a systematic or polemical theology. My desire is to give a theological explanation for [Read More...]

The sacrifice to which all Christians are called: #4 in a series

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Fourth in a series of posts on Luther, Lutherans, and calling by Lutheran pastor Adam Roe with responses over at Cranach by Gene Veith. See the whole series at the bottom of this post and read Gene’s response to this post here. They’ll appear from time to time in this space for the next couple of weeks. [Read More...]

God is abundantly everywhere: #3 in a series

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Third in a series of posts on Luther, Lutherans, and calling by Lutheran pastor Adam Roe with responses over at Cranach by Gene Veith. Read Gene’s response to this post here and see the whole series at the bottom of this post.  They’ll appear from time to time in this space for the next couple [Read More...]

No super-Christians: #2 in a series

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Second in a series of posts on Luther, Lutherans, and calling by Lutheran pastor Adam Roe with responses over at Cranach by Gene Veith. See the whole series at the bottom of this post, and Gene’s response to this post here. They’ll appear from time to time in this space for the next couple of [Read More...]

God is in all of life: #1 of a series

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Today we’re starting a series of posts on Luther, Lutherans, and calling by Lutheran pastor Adam Roe with responses over at Cranach by Gene Veith. (Read the response to this post here.) They’ll appear from time to time in this space for the next couple of weeks. Enjoy! “I am a pastor, but we are [Read More...]

Unfulfilling work as vocation?

A little while ago we posted in this space some musings by Larry Saunders, a man who had moved from white-collar work in the pastoral ministry to blue-collar work in a factory and was returning to the white-collar world because he failed to find his work fulfilling. Gene Veith over at Cranach picked up on [Read More...]


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