Faith Journey

It’s an absolutely Arminian term, and Lutheran’s should be careful never to use it. Not that the term itself is entirely bad, but the use in American Christianity is so corrupted that it can not be used profitably in our context. It is sort of like saying “Purpose driven Lutheranism”. Well, yes, you could do it, but given the absolutely terrible theology permeating “The Purpose Driven Life”, it would just be a terrible idea. It sends the wrong message.
Why do I bring this up? You don’t want to know. If you remember these words, and keep your eyes open for the next year, it will become apparent.

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