For those of you wondering (and hoping) when my "Luther, Exposing the Myth" project will be finished, I probably have another fifteen or so quotes to go. What I've done so far can be found here: "Luther, Exposing the Myth": a Response. I realize these posts are yawners in many respects. These posts aren't even primarily about Luther. They are primarily about how poor some Roman Catholics are at history. The same religion that says "to be deep in history is to cease being Protestant" is quite inept at Reformation history. Each of the quotes has history. It's not just the author of "Luther, Exposing the Myth" that cannot read quotes in context. Simply Google search the quotes and you'll find a whole host of Romanists who haven't got a clue. I'm very appreciative of my co-bloggers. Since they post on other subjects, this freed me up to do a project like this.
I've actually taken some time off from Romanism these past few months. I haven't even been listening to Catholic Answers (I think I've heard just about every "answer" at this point). I'm also involved with taking seminary classes. That, along with a job, family, and church responsibilities leaves sparse blogging play time. This also why I haven't posted too much over at aomin, and kept up with Iron Sharpens Iron.
For those of you who read this blog regularly, thank you. Without the help of my co-bloggers, I probably wouldn't have kept it going.