1. The Lord’s Prayer is liturgy and catechism, action and instruction, praxis and theology.
  2. Praying the Word of God back to God carries didactic import. It teaches us.
  3. The Holy Spirit isn’t so much the one you look at, as he is the one who turns you from looking at yourself and your sin to your Savior, Jesus.
  4. The list of things our kids need to know when they leave the house is much simpler than we might believe.
  5. God’s gifts, in turn, conform our minds to the mind of Christ, and catechize our imagination in the image of God’s Son.
  6. I am cognizant of the powerful lessons for life I owe to those nights in the air-raid shelter.
  7. Bonhoeffer was in the unenviable position of trying to break a spell. The spell was the Nazi crisis, where the totalitarian state threatened the church, and yet to many, seemed to be saving the culture and nation from mortal dangers.
  8. This tale of two professors has a common theme, plot, and denouement - the good news of the one true story, Jesus Christ crucified for you.
  9. The scope of catechesis from the Reformation was broad and included not only instruction at church but in the home and in schools.

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