He covers the pastoral beginnings of James in the Lutheran Church, Luther's pastoral exegesis of James, James 1:16-27 in the Lutheran postil
tradition from Anton Corvin to Simon Pauli, James 1:16-27 from Simon Musaeus to Lutheran Orthodox preaching, He appends annotated English translation of Luther's five sermons on James, between 1535 and 1539.
Bird, Elizabeth (2010) "From Fan Practices to Mediated Moments: The Value of Practice Theory in the Understanding of Media Audiences", in Brauchler and Postil
Today, the business remains family-owned and -operated by four of Dobson's children: John Dobson, Brenda Postil
, Bobbie Mitchell and Bev McGregor.
Some of the fancier Craftsman quarters are adorned with hand-painted headboards, hammered-metal coffee tables and original art (curation was overseen by Deanna Postil
of DPA Fine Art Consulting); there are no faux pastel prints that smack of assembly-line decor here.
Not only is my conscience at rest in this, but my reputation is sufficiently safeguarded by the number of my sermons and especially by the latest Postil
[containing sermons for the Sundays] from Epiphany to Easter, wherein I have made known abundantly my faith concerning infant baptism.
I've rewrited my travel story according to your postil
Thomas Becon, A new postil
conteinyng most godly and learned sermons vpon all the Sonday Gospelles, that be redde in the church thorowout the yeare.
In an epistle sermon for Advent 4 (text: Philippians 4:4-7) in his postil
(30) John Brenz (1499-1570) used the story of Jehoshaphat to assure his audience that God is near to, hears, and helps those who are in his service and call upon him.
, a Westlake Village retiree, first signed on with Dr Soda for business but continues to use it for the personalized service to her home.
He has led Coca-Cola to become the first truly global company residing in America," offers Nabisco Biscuit President James Postil
As a theologian, Trueman argues convincingly that Robert Barnes was not a Lutheran on Christmas Eve 1525, when he preached a sermon on Luther's postil
for the day; at the same time, the authorities were bound to consider him Lutheran for preaching on an author who had been condemned and banned as heretical.