My neighbor has a name. This is important as we consider the different shapes of love according to vocation and the Ten Commandments. Around the Word Devotions (http://www.whatdoesthismean.org/devotions.html) Rightly Divided Daily Meditation Blog (https://rightlydividedbible.wordpress.com/) Hope Lutheran Church (www.hope-aurora.org) Table Talk Radio (www.tabletalkradio.org) Questions about the Lutheran Ninja Clan and WEtv’s goals? Watch this video: https://youtu.be/wzVJ0CPh9JI […]

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Dear Pastor(s), I think I’m having a problem separating “sin from the sinner” and how to best “love and serve” my neighbor. 1. How does a Christian deal with their unChristian friends who are caught up in an openly sinful life? 2. Does a Christian choose to hang around those that are caught up in […]

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I didn’t add my email last time- so I am repeating my question. This idea of vocation – that somehow the second commandment ‘Love thy neighbor’ is accomplished through our work in the world – seems absurd. It blithely ignores the problem of evil. That God ordains our work to love others is patently ridiculous […]

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Why do Christians put so much effort into eating healthy, going to the doctor and other things to help them live longer if they really believe that heaven is our home and everything will finally be right when we get there? E, Here is an interesting idea which you may not have thought of. Your […]

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With all of the media surrounding the 2012 presidential election and some of the candidates touting their Christian values and principles can you, the most awesome WE Team, give an explanation Luther’s doctrine of two kingdoms and how one might apply it when wading through all of the political advertising? Thanks! T Dear T., Basically […]

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