Posts Tagged ‘ten commandments’


If by love, we mean simply that affectionate feeling we have towards the things we desire or fancy or trust in, then love does not always win.  Many times #LoveSins.   The obese man loves everything about food and so he fills his mouth celebrating victories and swallowing defeats to make everything sweeter.  The sports […]

Posted by Philip Hoppe on June 30th, 2015 under News Clippings, Theology and Practice Tags: , , , , , ,  •  1 Comment

How to Make Law Preaching Specific and Varied

Wow, that title almost puts me to sleep.  Hopefully someone actually clicks on such a sleepy title. Christian preachers should do two things in every sermon.  They should seek to convict their hearers of sin.  Secondly, they should proclaim Jesus’ work as the only answer for such sin.  The first task Lutherans usually call “preaching […]

Posted by Philip Hoppe on April 16th, 2015 under Theology and Practice Tags: , , , ,  •  No Comments