Tag Archives: Martin Luther

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation and the ‘Individual’

This week marked what is kept as the 500th anniversary of the birth of the Reformation.   One of the big changes that happened during that time was Martin Luther’s translation of the bible into German. This happened at about … Continue reading

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More on Martin Luther, Individualism, Forgiveness and Christian Growth

While I really like the idea in Martin Luther about our ‘selves’ being called into being by the engagement w have with our environment (be it with God in Chris or other realities) I have been exercised in my brains … Continue reading

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How Modern Martin Luther Feels. Some Reflections on Being Called into Existence by God’s Gaze, and Gestalt Psychology

In our Tuesday group, we are still working our way through the book on Luther by Gerhardt Ebling.I am finding some very interesting aspects to the thought of Luther (as interpreted by Ebling) that I thought I would like to … Continue reading

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More on differentiation, Integration, Luther and Catholicity

Last Wednesday we continued our conversation about Christian Faith. We were talking some more about times of ‘differentiation’ and times of ‘integration’ following Kegan’s model of Psycho-Social Development. The stories that came to mind were of people who had started … Continue reading

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Martin Luther, the ‘Good’ and being Christian

At the Bible Study on Tuesdays we began talking about Martin Luther. Thinking about Luther’s moment of conversion to ‘faith’ we naturally came upon questions of what it means to be a Christian for us. Someone said ‘Well there are … Continue reading

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