Part 2 of the class on reading Paul through ‘a grace scheme’, instead of a ‘legal scheme’.


If you haven’t listened to part 1 of this class (the previous post),  you probably should do that first, then this part will make more sense to you.


click THE question that precipitated the Reformation (part 2)





Once again, our thanks to Pastor Mark Anderson. Thanks also to the participants in the class. And thanks to flickr and francinelenet77, for the photo.



5 Responses

  1. I loved these sermons! Thank you so much for posting them.

    I would love to hear more of this series if it’s available online. Can you point me in the right direction?

  2. Hi Levi,

    So glad you enjoyed what you’ve heard so far.

    We are a small church with low production values, and the guy who puts these up on the blog here (me) is not real organized. So it’s often tough to get ‘whole’ series of anything.

    But, there is a lot of good stuff, nonetheless. Go to the left side of the hone page and click on Pastor Mark Anderson. There are lots of classes and sermons and some good written pieces, as well.

    After Lent, Pastor Mark is going to go through Romans. We’ll do our best to get all of those classes online for you.

    I’ll come back and list here a few of my personal favorites that you might also enjoy.

    Thanks a lot, Levi!

    – Steve

  3. Levi,

    Here’s a few of my favorites:


    Pastor Mark does peek in on this blog now and then, so if you have any questions you can either ask him here…or, you can e-mail him on the Lutheran Church of the Master link (right side of home page).


    I clicked on your name, went to your site (s).

    Great music!
    I loved “Your Secret Word”. Very nice work, indeed!

    Thanks, Levi.

    – Steve

    • Thanks, Steve. Glad you enjoyed the music. 🙂

      I’ve been raised in Calvary Chapel/Evangelical churches and only over the last few years have I really been coming to grips with the key doctrines of the reformation. It’s been a massive paradigm shift but such a joyful one.

      • We are pretty radical here, Levi. We are Lutherans of the Forde (Gerhard Forde) persuasion.

        We hope you’ll continue to be encouraged here, and truly liberated in your Christian walk.


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