Articles in The Quad
We don’t need to be – and really can’t afford to be — independent islands, working only in our own contexts, cultures, and circles.
The first day of the “Listening to God’s Word” theological symposium at the Lutherische Theologische Hochschule, Oberursel, focused on “Historical Approaches” to the text, using Genesis 1 and Matt 14:22-33 as test cases. The symposium’s goal is …
The third video in a series of FAQs on Luther’s two kinds of righteousness: How does the distinction of two kinds of righteousness help clarify grace and forgiveness?
“And behold, a lawyer stood up to put Jesus to the test, saying, “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” He said to him, “What is written in the Law? How do you …
The second video in a series of FAQs on Luther’s two kinds of righteousness: Where did Luther get the distinction of two kinds of righteousness?
The first video in a series of FAQs on Luther’s two kinds of righteousness: Introduction, and Is the distinction of two kinds of righteousness biblical?
Read good books with your favorite professors in the new Concordia Seminary Book Club.
Is social media the new “forgiveness technology”?
In anticipation of our 175th year at Concordia Seminary, the following prayer from the Gelasian Sacramentary (c. 500) is fitting for us all:
Max Lucado discusses, among other things, his new book “You’ll Get Through This” with Concordia Seminary Professor David Schmitt.