Articles by Jeff Kloha
Earlier this week I posted some suggested readings, in advance of the event to held October 15, 2016 at Concordia University, with the assigned topic: “Textual and Literary Judgments on the Biblical Text–What Happens to the …
“What the Church lacks in our day is not a reliable text of the Bible, but faith in the sufficiently reliable text.”
New insights into the longstanding “pistis Christou” debate in Galatians.
By Jeff Kloha
“Why Do You Not Leave Me Alone?”
This pericope falls within a series of four of Jesus’s miracles (8:22–56): calming a storm, casting out demons, healing a woman, and raising a …
By Jeffrey Kloha
James 3 and 4 stand among the harshest condemnations found in the NT. To be called “earthly, unspiritual, demonic” is certainly not the life to which the saints have been called. But it …
Pencil, paper, eraser, and a little bit of Greek.
Each Sunday we confess that the Holy Spirit “spoke by the prophets.” We learned from our youth that “we do not despise preaching and his word, but hold it sacred, and gladly hear and learn it.”
Is it a Sin?
The faculty of Concordia Seminary is in the midst of an assessment and revision process for the residential Master of Divinity, Alternate Route, and Deaconess Studies curricula, and we’d like to hear from you.
The “Gospel of Jesus’ Wife” is in the news again. Here is a summary of the most recent developments; it seems that, despite recent news claims, the fragment is indeed a forgery.