Articles by Travis Scholl
Rev. Travis Scholl is managing editor of theological publications at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. His most recent book is "Walking the Labyrinth" (IVP 2014). He writes on religion and culture for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch at www.stltoday.com/civilreligion/travis-scholl.
By Travis J. Scholl
Commemorating the sixteenth-century events that came to be called the Protestant Reformation is more complicated than it used to be. Triumphalism—a certain weirdly coiffed presidential candidate notwithstanding—is no longer in vogue. We left …
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Looking for shalom after Baton Rouge, St. Paul, and Dallas
By Travis Scholl
[Advent’s historical] character was that of a joyous looking forward to the Parousia. . . . The fact that Christ has come does not quench this hope; it intensifies it. The historical life …
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The un-countable life: waiting for an Advent in Ferguson
The final of four sneak peeks into the main plenary presentations for the 2014 Theological Symposium (September 23-24).
Trying to see clearly in #Ferguson’s haze
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Is it okay for a Christian to be “happy”?
Renowned historian to speak at Concordia Seminary
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The rise and fall (and rise again?) of American denominations
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I don’t know what I’m giving up for Lent…yet