Happy Reformation Day!

I laughed….and let me introduce you to the most interesting theologian in the world:

Blessings,

Bryan Daniels

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Author: Bryan Daniels

I am a follower of Jesus, a husband to Jessica, and a father of three boys: Josiah, Gideon and Judah. I teach high school math as a job, read reformed theology as a hobby, and write this blog just for kicks. With the rest of my time I coach football and track.

7 thoughts on “Happy Reformation Day!”

  1. Maybe not so much to laugh about in the coming future?

    The Lutheran Landslide: http://www.ncregister.com/blog/tim-drake/the-lutheran-landslide

    One of the most under-reported religious stories of the past decade has been the movement of Lutherans across the Tiber.

    ‘What first began with prominent Lutherans, such as Richard John Neuhaus (1990) and Robert Wilken (1994), coming into the Catholic Church, has become more of a landslide that could culminate in a larger body of Lutherans coming into the collectively”

    In 2000, former Canadian Lutheran Bishop Joseph Jacobson came into the Church.

    “No other Church really can duplicate what Jesus gave,” Jacobson told the Western Catholic Reporter in 2006.

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    Interview with Cardinal Kurt Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity: http://www.zenit.org/article-35839?l=english

    (For Christian unity one can read Catholic dominance)

    Cardinal Koch: ”The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification signed in August of 1999 was undoubtedly a great step forward in the ecumenical dialogue with Lutherans. The task remaining now is to discuss the ecclesiological consequences of this Joint Declaration. What is clear, in fact, is that the Evangelicals have another understanding of the Church in regard to Catholic Christians. It’s not enough to recognize one another mutually as a Church. What is needed, rather, is a serious theological dialogue on what constitutes the essence of the Church”.

    Regards

    John

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