Review of Matthew Crawford’s Shop Class as Soul Craft by Nathaniel Bates
Read this Book Review of Volker Leppin’s German book with my notes.
This performance in Saint Paulus Lutheran Church in San Francisco represents a giant step on our way to an October production of the Luther Musical for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: October 31st, 2017. The Video of the Luther Musical
The Uncertainty principle with the expansion of Quantum Physics makes Gideon capable of transversing historical time-lines: Reunification by Nathaniel Bates
On Reformation Sunday last year Mark inspired one and all by singing the Justification Song from the new Luther Musical by Mark and Peter Krey. It has 27 songs, counting the Finale of Act One and the Overture of Act Two. The song has Luther’s own words when he described his justification experience later in more »
Getting into the Zone and Luther’s Justification Experience In the Inner Game of Tennis, Gallwey writes about how athletes sometimes get into the zone in their physical performance. What would it be like to get into the zone intellectually? Was Luther’s justification experience by faith getting into the zone spiritually? Check out my book review and more »
This is a short book that Peter Krey wrote upon beginning graduate school. He uses Tillich’s method of correlation of Luther’s thought with great Theologians and philosophers and then searches through Luther’s understanding of suffering to come to terms with his very difficult ministry in Coney Island, New York. “The only trouble with heaven is more »
Nicholas and the Multiverse a new Sci-Fi story by Nathaniel Bates
One Event, Multiple Meanings Rediscovering Life, Hope and Love in Theologies of the Cross By: Emily Garcia An excellent master’s thesis critiquing traditional atonement theories with feminist and liberation theologies.
A New Sci-Fi Thriller by Nathaniel Bates: They who Judge