Monday, December 22, 2008

Lutheran Theology Doesn't Mix

When you mix Lutheran theology with the theology of other denominations bad things happen, things like contentious counting, women's ordination, silly seeker-sensitive services and more. In an effort to promote Lutheran theology and raise awareness to the threat of foreign theology seeping into Lutheran distinctives and contaminating them like food coloring in water, I created the graphic above. Please feel free to use it, distribute it, paste it to your blog or front door, however you'd like. To get your own copy, just click on the image and save the larger image that pops up.

Thanks for contending for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints.

1 comment:

Peter said...

As one who has witnessed a train wreck, it is a devastating scene (it occured near my home in the late 80s and is probably still considered one of the top five worst train derailments in the U.S.). Wreckage and bodies are strew everywhere. That's what happens when you mix the gospel with false gospels; it becomes an absolute spiritual train wreck that costs people their eternal lives. We must constantly and vigilantly contend for the pure Christian doctrine that has been delivered to us by the saints of old.