Bach Cantata/Luther Sermons: Gaudete (Advent 3)

J. S. Bach’s cantata for Gaudete via Sunday Cantata | Lutheran Radio UK:  » Subscribe to Sunday Cantata – Rebroadcast on iTunes // Feedburner (for RSS/podcatching apps) Sermons of Dr. Martin Luther for Gaudete +VDMA

“In principio erat verbum” — Phonocentricity in Christian Art

HT: the Rev’d Sem. Stefan M. Gramenz   “According to St. Augustine, God ‘spoke’ the universe during the Creation, part of a strong phonocentric bias through which commentators expressed the force of the Logos in human society. This is nowhere… Continue Reading

Social media, universal human insanity, and loving your neighbor

“What other people say about you is none of your business.” Once upon a time in college, a wise friend of mine, quoting her wise mother, shared this pearl with me. When she first dropped it, I didn’t think it… Continue Reading

A Catechetical Sermon on the Holy Trinity by Rev. Bruce Ley

http://www.tdaviddemarest.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Rev.-Bruce-Ley-Sermon-on-the-Holy-Trinity.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS My dear pastor, Rev. Bruce Ley, is a quiet and unassuming man, more paternal than patriarchal. He doesn’t cut a majestic figure when he stands ad orientem… Continue Reading

SCRIPTURE and AUTHORITY

Many a Roman Catholic friend of mine has, when confronted with a portion of Scripture which seems to militate against a particular Roman doctrine, recurred to the argument that the individual can never be sure what Scripture is saying without… Continue Reading

The Church Fathers on the sufficiency of Scripture

Many a Roman Catholic friend of mine has, when confronted with a portion of Scripture which seems to militate against a particular Roman doctrine, recurred to the argument that the individual can never be sure what Scripture is saying without… Continue Reading