Latin was the international language of scholarship, medicine, and science until well into the 18th century. Latin was also the international language of THEOLOGY for centuries…and even during the days of the Lutheran Reformation. As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation today, let’s learn a little “Lutheran Latin”!

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2017 Reformation: A Little Lutheran Latin

Latin was the international language of scholarship, medicine, and science until well into the 18th century. Latin was also the international language of THEOLOGY for centuries…and even during the days of the Lutheran Reformation. As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation today, let’s learn a little “Lutheran Latin”!

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Romans 8: Biblical Baptism

Paul teaches us in Romans chapter 6 that baptism is so much more than a simple ritual or something we do as an outward reflection of an internal faith. This gift and act of God bestows on the individual the blessings of faith unto salvation!

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2017 Romans 6: The Old Testament

There are 39 books in the Old Testament, written over a 1,500-year time period. The OT has 929 chapters and over 23,000 verses. The OT teaches us the early history of the world, and the formation of Israel as the people of God.The Old Testament is part of the holy, inspired, and inerrant Word of […]

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When the Bible teaches us about the righteousness of God, it does not mean that we have to be righteous, holy, and perfect on our own, but rather that God declares us righteous, holy, and perfect in His sight. Righteousness is a legal verdict from God; it is an official pronouncement that we are “not […]

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