Monthly Archives: October 2017

ACU CHURCH HISTORIAN SHEDS LIGHT ON LUTHER AND THE REFORMATION

Full text downloadable issues of Christ History Magazine on Luther are available at: https://www.christianhistoryinstitute.org/magazine/issues/ Issue 34 Martin Luther: The Early Years Issue 39 Martin Luther: The Later Years and Legacy Issue 115 Luther Leads the Way Many of Luther’s writings are available in full text at http://www.godrules.net/library/luther/luther.htm Martin Luther Changed Everything By Douglas A. Foster Professor of Church History Director, Center for Restoration

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ANOTHER SIDE OF MARTIN LUTHER

The Humor and Wit of Martin Luther Editor’s note: Clyde Kieschnick, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church, provided the following article. On Reformation Sunday, Oct. 29, Kieschnick delivered his sermon as “Luther.” These words of Martin Luther were recently posted in the narthex inside an attractive frame in anticipation of the observance of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. This was a

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CAMPFIRE FOR REAL MEN

GET REAL MEN’S MINISTRY For more information, to volunteer as a counselor, or sign up for the next Get Real campfire, call Ben Gray at 325-518-8327 or email him at grayben@sbcglobal.net. Cost is $55, which includes meals and lodging. A survey by the Barna Group showed that 60 percent of the men contacted said they are looking for a genuine

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FRIENDS BID TEARFUL FAREWELL TO EGLE AND HER ETERNAL THREADS SHOP

  SAYING FAREWELL In the photos above, friends say goodbye to Linda Egle during a farewell party Oct. 19 at Highland Church of Christ. Egle, founder of Eternal Threads, 101 Walnut St., is closing the shop effective Oct. 31 and is  moving to Nebraska to be near family. The store will still have an online presence, http://www.eternalthreads.org,  and items may be

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SEMINARIES, AND SEMINARIANS, FACE NEW CHALLENGES, HSU SPEAKER SAYS

    Photos courtesy Hardin-Simmons University By Loretta Fulton Usually, if a split occurs between a Baptist university and an affiliate state convention, it’s the university that fires the first shot. It wasn’t that way in 2005 when the Georgia Baptist Convention severed its ties with Mercer University, Dr. R. Alan Culpepper, retired dean of the McAfee School of Theology

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