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What part of Lutheranism isn't a paradox?
Dear Brian,I agree! And it's not that I feel I was misquoted, but the author, Terry Mattingly, didn't include what I felt were the most salient points from the interview. He seemed to have difficulty grasping the concept that a Lutheran might do something not out of compulsion (a church law), but willingly. The way he ended the article seemed to leave me asking if our practice made sense, when what I was asking is if he got it. As it turns out: he didn't.
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