1. The cross not only stands as the measure of our hatred of God but also as the measure of God’s love for us.
  2. It is difficult to overestimate the importance of these early Lutheran hymns – and their physical availability in hymnals – in the piety of common people living in Lutheran towns and territories.
  3. Some part of us always wants our ability under the law to be just as important (or more) than grace.
  4. The notion that your goodness is “good enough” to make you right with God is a lie straight from the father of lies himself.
  5. Applying the pressure of law to ensure you do not to take grace for granted squeezes the life and power out of the gospel.
  6. Zwingli the Pastor provides an excellent introduction to the Swiss reformer’s life and work, focusing on Zwingli’s philosophy of church reform, biographical details, and mode of exegesis.
  7. Are you on the receiving end of freedom? Or are you trying to make yourself free?
  8. We can interpret "be the Church" as either law or gospel.
  9. Rod Rosenbladt, the encourager of all things good, true, and beautiful and a tireless warrior for Jesus and the Gospel message, finally rests at the marriage feast of the lamb.
  10. There is no AA for legalists. At least not officially. But there ought to be, and it should be called your local church.
  11. The more I got to know Dr. Rosenbladt, the more I saw that he wasn’t a man divided.
  12. At the Transfiguration, we say farewell to alleluia and hello to the horrific reality of our lost condition.