The Bible Meditator has gone through several major changes since its beginning in January 1990.
Initially, it was typed on a folded 8.5 x 14 sheet of paper and mailed out. It grew until it became a 10 page 8.5 x 11 journal.
Then it moved to an Internet only publication with a regular web site.
Now, The Bible Meditator has taken on the form of a blog, which we hope will make it more available to people worldwide.
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I’m excited to read the posts!!
Are you still in Pasadena? Do you speak to high school kids? We have a small Christian high school in Santa Monica. An apologetics presentation could help them prepare for college.
No, I moved from Pasadena when I was in Junior High School, which would have been 1970 or 1971. I moved to Oregon in 1983, and I have been in Grants Pass since 2002.
You are correct that an apologetics presentation would help those students in Santa Monica. Sorry I cannot help.
can you come India to preach gospel ?
Thanks for the invitation, but I cannot right now.
I have seen this quote attributed to Martin Luther so often but I cannot find the source of that quotation.
Martin Luther quote: “I am much afraid that schools will prove to be great gates of hell, unless they diligently labor in explaining the Holy Scriptures, engraving them in the hearts of youth. I advise no one to place his child where the Scriptures do not reign paramount. Every institution in which men are not unceasingly occupied with the Word of God must become corrupt.”
I love to use this quote when promoting Christian education, but have never been able to find when and where Martin Luther said this. Can you help me.
Melody, It has been a long time since I wrote that article. Give me some time, and I will look over my research from the past and see what I can find.
Melody, I cannot find the source for that quote. You are right, that it is easy to find the quote, but no one ever references where or in what work Martin Luther made it. If you ever find the source of his writing, please let me know, and I will do the same too.
I did find on this web page (http://www.ccle.org/luther-on-education/), the quotation from Luther, and they gave as their source:
“To the Christian Nobility” (Luther’s Works, American Edition (AE), vol. 44, p. 207)