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Feed: God the Crucified Posted on: Friday, November 18, 2011 5:17 PM Author:firstname.lastname@example.org (Pastor Lange) Subject: Being Thankful for Lutheranism
The Internet Monk has been blogging in the "Post-Evangelical Wilderness" for 11 years. Now, having become a Lutheran he has posted a series of articles titled: How Lutheran Tradition Answers Many Post-Evangelical Concerns"
Life-long Lutherans often cannot know the richness of their own tradition simply because they don't have anything else to compare with it. Non-Lutherans may not know of its richness for the simple reason that it appears irrelevant to the concerns of popular Evangelicalism.
Either way, Chaplain Mike's articles are a worthwhile read for anyone interested in God the Crucified. He provides seven reasons to be thankful for the Lutheran tradition which are summed up as follows: