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Christ Is the Savior of All People
An excellent treatment on the topic of Objective Justification. Professor Brug carefully walks through the issues and Bible passages and illustrates how people end up denying such a comforting doctrine.
Exegetical Brief: Show Love to Your Neighbor
Professor Brug examines the current usages of the Bible quote, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” in the positive self-image promotions. He exegetically works through the passages and concludes, “This passage then does not ...
Doctrinal Brief: Could Jesus Have Sinned?
By examining the union of the two natures of Christ in this doctrinal brief, Professor Brug studies the question about if Jesus was able to sin or not. Jesus’ temptations were real and his divinity was also real. Both are ...
Ordination and Installation in the Scriptures
Professor Brug goes through the many instances in the Old and New Testaments which resemble modern day ordinations (e.g. Levites, apostles, etc.) with special emphasis on the verbs of those sections. He then explores the ...
The Spiritual Body
The best way to improve people skills is a thorough knowledge of the Bible. The one who studies the Bible will see himself correctly (saint and sinner) and will have proper motivation and models for interacting with others.
The WELS and the CLC: Is there a Doctrinal Difference?
Professor John Brug writes this article in response to a 2000 article by a CLC pastor concerning the differences in doctrine between the WELS and the CLC. To accomplish his goal, Brug reviews the points of agreement reached ...