|"Walther explains all the issues," claimed one starry-eyed LutherQueasy. CFW was the American Calvin, not the American Luther.|
|philip hahn (Hahnpv)|
Post Number: 3
It appears Dr. Jackson's blog has been removed.
|Rev. Kevin D. Vogts (Kevin_vogts)|
Post Number: 2263
I disagree with him on just about everything, especially his rejection of objective justification, however he is doing a great service by providing free digitized versions of many classic Lutheran and other theological works, and that site is still up, as well as services from his "virtual church."
|Rolf David Preus (Rolf)|
Post Number: 10775
Thanks for the links.
Rolf David Preus
|philip hahn (Hahnpv)|
Post Number: 4
Thanks Rev. Vogts - it looks like the story is here:
Google identified the blog as being spam (lol) and in response he's setting up shop somewhere else.
I agree with your assessment of Dr. Jackson's contributions.
If they cannot grasp plain English in dealing with mundane matters, the LutherQueasies must certainly stumble over their unearned pride when dealing with Biblical, Lutheran doctrine (which they reject 100% - or more!)
For example, the message from Google was not that Ichabod was spam, but that their own bots mistook it for being a spam blog set up only to link to other blogs. They apologized and said they would restore it. Sorry, they lost their credibility on the spot.
Just to be clear for the genius set at LQ - Google never called it spam and apologized for its naughty bots saying that all I did was link to other blogs.
One of their peers from St. Louis also failed to grasp the Google message and went to town saying the blog was repetitious. However, he said it was 100% interesting reading.
The meaning of HTML is hyper-text-markup-language, meaning that links can take readers to anywhere in the world - not just Wikipedia - for supplemental information. For information junkies, links are food for the reader and attention for the target (both evil and good).
I have favored Wiki because many official explanations are far too elaborate and suited only for professional journals. I told our Lutheran Librarian, "I start with Wiki and move toward the truth."
I learned that quoting synodical pages meant they would disappear, so I switched to copying them and listing the original link. I had to save photos too, because graphics turn into red x's when people erased their pages.
The blog is not gone but de-linked. We are working on the problem now. If restored, it will no longer be the base, because Google is not reliable. But blogging will continue. Almost 20,000 posts and 9.5 million views suggest people read it.
Alec Satin is the one who has produced so many rare Lutheran books in print and online. He is a Bethany Lutheran Church member and a great friend. He always had time to talk to Christina on the phone - unlike many others, whose names, relationships, and titles would surprise the readers.
The barbarians outside the gates, embracing the dogma of Bishop Stephan, who embraced so many young women, like to belittle our little congregation. We are small, as I have said, but there are those who love her. Members come here, and I visit them, a good combination for people around the US and in other countries. The moment Ichabod went off the Net, new people began asking about what happened and said "We have been following you and watching your services for years."
People formed around our congregation and broadcasts because the Lutheran churches near them are apostate.