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Friday, April 9, 2010


The LCMS Commission on Worship has now posted recordings and transcripts of the proceedings at MtCow:

I will certainly be continuign my commentary here, but for those who want to digest a little more in the meantime, I am happy to report that you may now proceed ad fontes.

I hope all of our readers and their congregations are having a joyful Eastertide.

Christ is risen!


Dan at Necessary Roughness said...

If the readers of Fine Tuning are limited in their time to just one presentation, may I recommend the presentation by Professor Gibbs.

Phillip Magness said...

Thansk for the recommendation, Dan.

I agree that Gibbs presentation is well worth hearing, but I must say I persoanlly would say that if one could only listen to one of these, I'd recommend listening instead to Mason Beecroft! :)

I'd recommend at minimium people listen to the following "Triple Play": Gibbs - Beecroft - Just

To be continued.....

Dan at Necessary Roughness said...

I did like Beecroft's presentation. It was confessional red meat. :)

I was so privileged to have Art Just at my small group table, and I wish his audio was available. His comments were incredible, and it gives me hope that our seminaries can teach our way of this.

Cheryl said...

I wonder why Art's presentation didn't get taped? Did any of the final presentations (that were done at the hotel) get recorded?

If so, it is a pity they didn't prepare for that. The final events were finally getting us somewhere (Art's presentation, the final panel discussion, the last Q&A)!

Cheryl said...

That last comment wasn't me but rather, I think, my husband, who apparently got lost in my Blogger account.