20. august 2020

Fordypningsdager 2020

Bound and free: Christ as the end of the law and the life of a Christian – James Arne Nestingen
Freedom from worship of the unholy trinity of me myself and I – Michael Lockwood
_with the utmost freedom from fear, – Luther (LW 173) – Matthew Richard
En tro fri från förnuftet En luthersk syn på förnuftet – Torbjörn Johansson
Frihet og nådeåret (Jes 61,1f) – Jon Magne Sønstabø
Luther on freedom From what and to what – Knut Alfsvåg
Reformasjonens mål; Å sette samvittigheten fri. Jan Bygstad
Freedom towards other people – Jakob Appell
“REMEMBER YOUR CONGREGATION, WHICH YOU HAVE PURCHASED OF OLD ,,,, Ingvar Fløysvik
Kan nåden være bundet? Nattverden. Luther bros.
Rustet til frihet. Dåpsopplæring i hjem og kirke. Alf Danbolt
Free to be holy. Robert Kolb
A freed ass, not a jackass. A lutheran response to fanatism. Steven Paulson
Christian freedom in the light of baptism. John Pless
Free from slavery. Bryan Wolfmueller
Mercy for everyday life. Freedom, vocation and suffering in the writings of Bo Giertz. Bror Erickson
Sorrowfull but always rejoicing. Stephen Pietsch
Worship in Scripture_ Delivery and maintenance of a good conscience-John Kleinig wJoshua Pfeiffer
In the land of the free and the home of the brave_ Church life in The New World – Brady FinnIern
in statu confessionis: Steadfast for the sake of freedom (Gal 5:1) Wade Johnston
Free to be a living creature (Gen 2_7 ESV) – Charles Cortright
– Are there limits to freedom_ – The Thinking Fellows (Caleb Keith, Scott Keith & Rod Rosenbladt)
Out of the Depths_ Freedom, Evil, and Lament – Joshua Miller
… we are partly free of the Law and partly under the Law. – Luther (LW 26_349) – Naomichi Masaki
Pursuing freedom without having been freed_ A concept of a merciless world – Jacob Corzine
The Preached Word_ Certainty and Freedom – John Bombaro