Thursday, September 27, 2007

Two New Resources

Thanks to Paul McCain for highlighting Word and Sacrament on his blog. Word and Sacrament is a helpful site with lots of great information about what it means to be a Lutheran, including conversion stories of people who came to Lutheranism from a variety of backgrounds. Check it out by clicking here.

Also, while surfing around this evening, I ran across another resource, Theology of the Cross. here's how this site describes itself:
Following Luther's observation that "the cross alone is our theology," Theology of the Cross links to sermons, essays, and research articles on confessional Christology. Categories are denominated by the chapter titles of Francis Pieper's Christian Dogmatics to facilitate classification and further reading. Difficulty levels: Youth (still to come, e.g., Higher Things), Adult (e.g., LCMS web site), Seminary (e.g., Concordia Theological Quarterly). Titles appear more or less in chronological order within each level of difficulty.
I've placed both of these websites in the "Resources" section in the bar to the right.

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