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I`ve been a pastor for almost 30 years in the Lutheran Church and have studied not only the Reformation but also all major denominations including both traditional and Charismatic.


B.A. B.Divinity M.Theology

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2013-12-21 retirement:

Dear brother in Christ,    I can only relate to you how I've been led by the Holy Spirit but God leads each of us in different ways to different ministries.    I'm a long retired Lutheran pastor who has

2010-10-10 partial great tribulation?:

Cloey,    I don't see any basis for that theory in the Bible.     Here are the places in the Bible where the phrase "great tribulation" are used;   (I'm using "Young's Literal Translation" because most

2010-10-07 Lutherans:

Caleb,    Most Lutherans teach and believe that the righteous wrath against all our sin was taken by the perfectly righteous Jesus upon Himself on the cross:    and therefore we have salvation without

2010-06-27 head coverings:

Owen,    No, that is not true.     Jesus, the Son of God, gained salvation for Christian women and God does not rescind what He has given.    The only way for a Christian to lose salvation is if they reject

2010-05-20 God's people:

The real message of the whole Bible is the love of God for all people and that He desires that all should accept the gift of the salvation gained by His Son, Jesus the Messiah.    The New Testament emphasises


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