My Library: Luther, Man between God and the Devil, by Heiko Oberman

As I mentioned before, 2017 is celebrated across Protestantism as the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation and Martin Luther's nailing of the 95 theses on the church door in Wittenberg. Browsing the shelves of the Christian book section at my local thrift book store, I came across a biography of Luther that had been recommended in a lecture I listened to. So, guess what, I bought it.

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My library: Martin Luther’s Treatise on Good Works

2017 marks the 500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. What better year is there to read some of Martin Luther's writings? While I've read many a quote from Luther in other books, I'd never actually read any of his own books or treatises until now. So I started with his Treatise on Good Works, … Continue reading My library: Martin Luther’s Treatise on Good Works

My Library: The Tech-Wise Family

The premise of the book is this: Technology, that is, the easy everywhere attitude of the 21st century has gotten alarmingly out of place and is rendering homes and individuals characterless and without real wisdom for real life. In the worst instances, technology even contributes to tearing families and homes apart. The remedy: Put technology back in its proper place, just like everything else in life.

My Library: The Book that Made Your World

What is the greatest achievement of the Western world? How did education become a thing? What do monks and technological milestones have in common? How come Western cultures, in particular, consider some things morally worse than other cultures? What does the Bible have to do with hospitals? How did the Bible promote prosperity in the West? … Continue reading My Library: The Book that Made Your World