Jojakim Dettmann (Random_layman)
Post Number: 4051
The email problem still happens today. There is a complicated verification procedure which can be set up in order to keep a particular website's emails from being recognized as spam. It doesn't always work, either.
Lutherquest.org is still using http instead of https. Already chrome labels it as "not secure"; it seems like its days are numbered unless it switches to https. Let's Encrypt offers the security certificate for free.
https://web.archive.org/web/20210930043250/http:// ichabodthegloryhasdeparted.blogspot.com/ ends last September.
Jackson's attacks objective justification as being uniquely associated with enthusiasm. I've never understood why. But then Joe made me think about things more in the "Are We Concordists?" thread, so now it makes sense.
The reason it had not made sense is that, being raised LCMS, I was thinking of the LCMS version of objective justification, not the WELS version. The WELS version differs from the LCMS version along Hegelian/Kantian lines.* In WELS, enthusiasm of the sort complained about by Joe, Rev. Jackson, and myself is driven by a Hegelian understanding.** Rev. Jackson's blog attacks objective justification with a WELS, rather than LCMS understanding of objective justification. He attacks both synods without realizing that the WELS and the LCMS differ about it, with enthusiasm not linked to the LCMS version.
* There is more about this in this old LQ post: http://www.lutherquest.org/cgi-bin/discus40/show.c gi?tpc=132509&post=311279#POST311279
...and also this old LQ post, continuing downwards to the bottom: http://www.lutherquest.org/cgi-bin/discus40/show.c gi?tpc=128488&post=308797#POST308797
**Covered in the "Are We Concordists?" thread
Joe Krohn (Jekster)
Post Number: 824
'I will do everything in my power short of sinning to get this ministry growing' was the mantra of many CoWo Welsians in the mid 2000s at the height of CoWo frenzy in the Wels. That's part enthusiasm but more antinomian in my opinion. That's where Jackson in his blind hatred goes off track. It's the antinomian aspect where Wels goes in the ditch.
Just ask any OJ denier yes or no if the redemption is universal. You won't get a straight answer because their argument fails.
GJ - Philosophy is for Roman Catholics. They love to get as far away as possible from the Scriptures. Like the papalists, the LutherCuisinartists start with the anti-Biblical dogma and wrap it in layers of bombast and fog.
The Wisconsin Abusive Sect, its partner in crime (the ever-shrinking Little Norwegians) and the Missouri - Sect founded on syphilis and Walther's lies - were delighted to find they agree completely with each other. They signed an accord to brag about it.
At Emmaus, ELS peacock Jay Webber brushed off his newly minted online STM and doggedly pursued the same line of Biblical illiteracy. Walther was very weak on the Biblical languages, and so are his advocates, apple-polishers, and adulators. If Jay was chosen for his weight, then Jon-Boy Buchholz was chosen for his height, a gesture of solidarity, so a micro-district in WELS could give credibility to the cherished ELS partner they despise.
Joe Krohn (Jekster)
Post Number: 827
This can only be true before I came to faith:
"I believe that Jesus Christ, true God, begotten of the Father from eternity, and also true man, born of the Virgin Mary, is my Lord, who has redeemed me, a lost and condemned creature, purchased and won [delivered] me from all sins, from death, and from the power of the devil, not with gold or silver, but with His holy, precious blood and with His innocent suffering and death, in order that I may be [wholly] His own, and live under Him in His kingdom, and serve Him in everlasting righteousness, innocence, and blessedness, even as He is risen from the dead, lives and reigns to all eternity. This is most certainly true."