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November 03, 2013


Ray Tetz

A timely message on Reformation Sunday.
Luther was scandalized by his visit to Rome where the church did embody his expectations of the Body of Christ. This ultimately lead to the questions whose answers sparked the Reformation.
But over time, the iconoclast became the icon, a "protestant pope." Other voices were raised in support of change and (dare we say it) reformation. None of that was a call to the past, but a call to live passionately and intentionally in the world that was emerging.
Thanks, Monte.

Carrol Grady

I remember hearing the concept that every new Protestant Church discovered some new truth, and then stopped searching for more. It is ironic to see our church doing the same.

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