The Glory Has Departed


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Saturday, July 8, 2017

On SpenerQuest, UOJ is the Chief Article.
Do Ft. Wayne Grads Have Reading Comprehension Problems?Jus

 Just be thankful Rolf held back a little this time.


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Rick Strickert (Carlvehse)
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Should a pastor who is deposed for preaching against objective justification or practicing open communion be permitted to return as a LCMS pastor if he repents and promises to preach objective justification and practice closed communion?
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Pastor Rolf David Preus (Rolf)
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Talk about a hypothetical! How many times has a pastor been deposed for preaching against objective justification and practicing open Communion in the LCMS? Although, the WELS did throw out a guy who denied objective justification. He went to ELDoNA and ELDoNA quickly adopted his error as their own.

So here is what I suggest. If a guy is deposed for preaching against objective justification and he repents and promises never to do it again, he should, as penance, be required to spend, say, two hours a day for a month visiting with the "bishop" of ELDoNA, trying to persuade him to return to the orthodox Lutheran position on this.


 Two Ft. Wayne pastors walked together in UOJ:
Heiser and Rolf Preus. Heiser clearly thought UOJ was an adiaphoron, and Rolf imagined Heiser was sincere.
Rolf has agreed with Justification by Faith, in moments of weakness, but he always returns to his obsession with UOJ.

 Ft. Wayne graduates and Lutheran popes -
read this out loud, slowly.
Again? What is the Chief Article of the Christian Church?