|This painting shows how many of us feel|
looking into the fog of modern Lutherdom.
The Glory Has Departed
Norma Boeckler, Artist-in-Residence
Bethany Lutheran Worship on
Monday, February 29, 2016
Michigander's Comments on the KJV21, Making Disciples: The Error of Modern Pietism and Christian News
Your Making Disciples booklet was downloaded when you posted about it. Very good material.
I visited the KJV21 link to see more comparisons, which did seem to hold up well. Then I looked for my copy of the KJV21. Didn't find it. Then I remembered I gave it away some years ago. I downloaded the whole Book of Mark they offered in a WORD file (also to other word-processor versions). I'll be following the lessons using the KJV21 text. I did that this morning. There was not enough difference -- one or two words here and there, which were appropriate -- so that only the few changes made it obvious I was reading a different version of the text but not much different.
I might have to get another copy of the KJV21. They have a deal going: buy one hard cover copy at $34.95 and get a second free. They also sell leather-cover versions (two or three colors) for another $10.00 or so and one can mix or match versions as part of the deal.
The issue of CN that contained all the quotes from The Faith of Jesus came Friday. A week and a half after the issue's date, I think it was, maybe a longer time. Then there was his diatribe about your sinking into the abyss of heresy. That was humorous. Poor Herman. There was a favorable reference to your report on the LCA all those years ago as being the right stuff. Too bad you've lost it. Poor Herman.
Posted by Gregory Jackson at 2:32 AM