Thursday, October 27, 2016

CWR: Martin Luther's Revolt: A Psychological Examination By Peter M.J. Stravinskas
Several of the key moves in Luther’s life were made as a rebellious answer to the authority he encountered at the time, including entering the monastery and founding his own church.

One Day Late

I that the story of Holy Demetrios and Holy Nestor is remarkable in so far as it is like David versus Goliath; God uses the small to overthrow the proud and powerful, and in this case even to kill of the persecutor. It would seem contrary to an interpretation of Christianity as advocating absolute pacifism. (Unless someone wants to claim that Holy Nestor went too far and went against the will of God, though he was reconciled in time to die a martyr's death.)

Women's Equality?