|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