1. Curious about what Lutherans mean by “Two Kingdom”? In this short piece John Hoyum sums up the doctrine and some of its potential consequences.
  2. What might Christians of the Reformation tradition think of claims like these about the nature of salvation?
  3. By mandating the promise, Christ states something stronger than just an invitation.
  4. Predestination, Jim knew, is no longer a frightening doctrine of mystery when you understand that God makes his choice about you in the simple word of God, given from one sinner to another.
  5. That great truth of creedal Christianity – that God is man in Christ – is not set forth for our speculative enjoyment.
  6. When the church is a political actor, the gospel doesn’t have the final word.
  7. What the gospel promises is not escape from our humanity, but resurrection from the dead.
  8. False holiness is always a possession and achievement of the individual in isolation from the good of others. And so it isn’t holiness at all.
  9. An immense amount of ink has been spilled contesting and interpreting Bonhoeffer's significance as a figure of Christian history and a theologian of the church.
  10. Baptism is always valid because no unrighteousness or faithlessness on our part could ify God’s faithfulness.