Bible Study

“With care” is how we might describe Mark Allen Powell’s approach to seven important questions about Lutherans and the Bible. He does not prescribe “the Lutheran way” to read the Bible. Nor does he dismiss the way you may have come to understand the Bible. Instead, Powell presents a range of options for interpreting the Bible in ways that have come down to us through the rich scholarship of the Lutheran tradition.
Mark Allen Powell is a Lutheran pastor and noted Bible professor at Trinity Lutheran Seminary. Dr. Powell’s insights are shared through seven sessions on DVD with time for discussion and prayer.
The Seven Sessions: 1) The Word of God; 2) What Lutherans Say About the Bible; 3) Where the Bible Comes From;
4) Interpreting the Bible in Context; 5) Determining Right from ETHICAL? --WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM LOOKING AT THE BRAIN? Sunday Sessions: • January 6-20 • February 3-24 • March 3 • JOIN US FOR THIS HIGHLY ACCLAIMED SERIES!
 

Discipleship

Encourage-Oneanother

Christianity without discipleship is always Christianity without Christ.

Just as love of God begins with listening to his word, so the beginning of love for our brothers and sisters is learning to listen to them.
―  (Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Life Together)

We Are Becoming

This life is not devoutness, but becoming devout;

not health, but becoming healthy;
not being, but becoming, and
not resting, but doing.

We are not yet what we should be, but we are becoming what we should be.

Martin Luther, Meditation on Philippians 3:13

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