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Necessary Distinction

Today is the release day for The Necessary Distinction: A Continuing Conversation on Law & Gospel!

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Clever Thoughts

Sometimes I have clever thoughts or think up a neat metaphor, and I think, “This is my next project!” Maybe it will be, but maybe excitement clouds my judgment just a little.

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Festschrift for Glenn Merritt

Looking for free essays delving into a Lutheran theological understanding of mercy? A new book has just been released as a Festschrift for Rev. Glenn Merritt, and copies are free for the asking!

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Theology of Writing

Last week I suggested working toward a book of essays, Toward a Theology of Fiction. In a similar vein as that book idea, being a non-fiction writer myself, I’d like a more general theology of writing book: Toward a Theology of Writing.

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Theology of Fiction

There is a little section in the introduction to Fred Baue‘s new book subtitled Toward a Theology of Fiction. Ladies and gentlemen, couldn’t we put together a book of essays, Toward a Theology of Fiction?! What should we include?

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