|WELS DP responds to justification quotations.|
A WELS layman, who is too secretive for a code name or enigmatic number, has asked for more justification by faith quotations.
The Apology of the Augsburg Confession contains one of the most beautiful essays on justification by faith, so I decided to produce graphics with extended quotations from it.
After finishing Part 3, I inserted the graphics on that page. The graphics are also published on FB in a special album for my FB friends. Graphics are a lot of work, but they are also enjoyable and fulfilling to produce.
Opposition to justification by faith has made me especially interested in the topic. When an MDiv plagiarist like Paul McCain cannot find the theology of the cross in Luther's works, he has obviously never read Luther's sermons. That is the wretched state of Lutherdom today, led by self-serving salary skimmers who do not comprehend the subject matter of the faith and oppose the few scraps they think they know.
I find it ironic that McCain and his spokesman, Harrison, find it necessary to prove their fidelity to C. F. W. Walther to be good Missourians.
Walther was not a Lutheran - he was Pietist. More importantly, he was a dictatorial criminal:
- A kidnapper of two minor children, transporting them to America.
- A kidnapper of his own boss.
- A mob organizer and thief.
- A pope in love with his own dogma, an opponent of the Chief Article of the Christian Faith.
Yes, McCain and Harrison are Waltherian - but that does not make them Lutheran. It only proves they are anti-Lutheran.