Review: Anderson – Truth Overruled

Author: Ryan Anderson Publisher: Regnery Publishing I forget now where I first heard of this book, but I'd guess it was a podcast. And in my typical fashion, I'm reading an author's books out of order. One day I'll read books as they were published. But as with When Harry Became Sally, Anderson has crafted a …

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Of Days and Seasons

It is that time of year again when we gather with family and friends, celebrating the season's particular feasts and memories, and I find myself contemplative. It is somewhat interesting, and maybe a bit sad, that we call these last couple months of the year The Holiday Season. In reality, there are holidays, and Holy …

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The March of the Culture War and Engagement as Christians

Even after witnessing the brutality of the Soviets towards not only the people in occupied territories but also towards their own people, Walter Duranty, a true Progressive, had one lasting remark to say, "you can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs." He had no excuse for such a glib statement regarding the starvation, the imprisonments, …

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Christ and Culture: The Miraculous Message in Encanto

But by missing the grace, by infantilizing the men, by ignoring the evident Christian themes to prove a completely separate point, their story loses its heart, because the miracle, the Encanto, was to be loved by a father so much that he gave his life so his family might live.

Review: Kids in the Divine Service

Rev. Thoma has put together this wonderful little book to help parents and their kids understand why we do what we do in worship.