Prayers based on sermons from Luther’s Church Postils
Did King James’ translators get it wrong?
An Aramaic view of the Lord’s Prayer
An Aramaic View of the Beatitudes
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Mark 1:21-28 At one point in history, Aristotle was regarded as the greatest thinker of all time. For almost two thousand years, people believed Aristotle was right when he said that the heavier an object was, the faster … Continue reading →
Jewish scribes were the authorized teachers of the Scriptures. They wore a belt and on that belt hung some keys. These keys were symbolic of the knowledge, experience, and training of that scribe. Having these recognizable symbols gave you … Continue reading →
Mark 1:4-11 I can’t say that I’ve ever heard a Lutheran preacher or seminary professor teach Martin Luther’s explanation of the role of the Holy Spirit. So I’m going to let Luther himself tell you from his sermon on John 14:23-31 … Continue reading →