Articles in The Quad
On the last day before Christmas break, campus chapel had a brief service of Lessons and Carols–a bit of proleptic Christmas joy in the midst of Advent repentance and expectation. The music was both solemn and celebratory and included bells, guitar, clarinet, violin, piano, percussion, upright bass, and organ. We cannot share the music here, but the outline of the service and the special collects written for the occasion are reproduced below–a Christmas gift to you, our readers:
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Mark Driscoll thinks Jesus was a cage-fighter. What does this mean?
Get a sneak peek at the new collection of essays from Concordia Seminary Press.
By Dr. Martin R. Noland, Pastor, Trinity Lutheran Church, Evansville, IN
A number of people have contacted me since early December about my opinion of Dr. Jeff Kloha’s stimulating lecture titled “Text and Authority: Theological and …
A symposium on biblical interpretation and approaches to studying the Scriptures was held at the Lutherische Theologische Hochschule, Oberursel (the seminary of the LCMS partner church in Germany) in November 2013. Eight members of the …
“The Gospel and Our Common Witness in the Public Square,” an open forum between the LCMS and NALC on December 16, 2013, at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
The sixth video in a series of FAQs on Luther’s two kinds of righteousness: How can parish pastors make use of the distinction of two kinds of righteousness?
The fifth video in a series of FAQs on Luther’s two kinds of righteousness: How did the distinction of two kinds of righteousness get revived in our circles?
Editor’s Note: The Fall issue of the Concordia Journal is now being distributed to our subscribers. This issue is dedicated to various perspectives on ecumenism and church relations, including an essay by the important Luther scholar …