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Book Blurbs: Paul Robinson on Luther’s view of church and sacraments (part 1/2)
September 19, 2016 – 3:33 pm | No Comment

Paul Robinson discusses his work editing volume 3 of The Annotated Luther on church and sacraments.

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Proper 22 • Luke 17:1–10 • October 2, 2016
September 20, 2016 – 8:45 am | No Comment

By Rick Marrs
This is a difficult text for Lutherans to hear. We are more comfortable with texts about God’s grace, and being his children and heirs of his promises, but Jesus is prone to saying …

Veni, Veni: The Great O Antiphons
December 18, 2014 – 1:02 pm | No Comment
Veni, Veni: The Great O Antiphons

Today in chapel we had a service that prayed, preached, and sung the O Antiphons of Advent.  Traditionally, the O Antiphons were sung consecutively beginning on December 17 and ending on December 23.  For our …

The un-countable life: waiting for an Advent in Ferguson
November 28, 2014 – 4:42 pm | No Comment
The un-countable life: waiting for an Advent in Ferguson

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The un-countable life: waiting for an Advent in Ferguson

Lectionary at Lunch LIVE
November 25, 2014 – 1:28 pm | No Comment
Lectionary at Lunch LIVE

Starting Tuesday, December 2, Lectionary at Lunch will also be available as a free, real-time video chat at www.csl.edu/live.

In Memoriam: “Tutor” Glen Zweck
November 14, 2014 – 10:15 am | No Comment
In Memoriam: “Tutor” Glen Zweck

On November 5 of this year, Rev. Glen Zweck, longtime tutor at Westfield House in Cambridge, fell asleep in Christ Jesus. Tutor Zweck was a beloved teacher at the ELCE (Evangelical Lutheran Church of England) theological studies …

Pro Re Theologica et Salute Fratrum: Luther as Reformer of Pastoral Care
November 4, 2014 – 11:14 am | No Comment
Pro Re Theologica et Salute Fratrum: Luther as Reformer of Pastoral Care

Another Reformation Day has come and gone. Each year the day gives us occasion to reflect on the significance of the upheavals of the Sixteenth Century—upheavals that changed the religious, social, and cultural landscape of …

Eschatology and the Islamic State
October 28, 2014 – 1:49 pm | 2 Comments
Eschatology and the Islamic State

Reflecting on ISIL, theology, and a lecture by Timothy Furnish.

The Labyrinth and the Gospel
October 27, 2014 – 9:16 pm | 20 Comments
The Labyrinth and the Gospel

Travis Scholl, editor of our own Concordia Journal, has recently published a new book that takes us on the winding path of Mark’s Gospel. Travis’ rediscovery of the ancient labyrinth one Lenten season led him to …

Thruples: The Newest Addition to the “Marriage Buffet”
October 27, 2014 – 10:15 am | 3 Comments
Thruples: The Newest Addition to the “Marriage Buffet”

Welcome to the next chapter in sexual ethics.

Concordia visits the Holy Land
October 8, 2014 – 2:09 pm | 9 Comments
Concordia visits the Holy Land

Nineteen students, and one professor, walk where Jesus walked.

Why Go to Scholarly Society Meetings?
September 26, 2014 – 1:35 pm | One Comment
Why Go to Scholarly Society Meetings?

The value of continuing education, for professors and pastors alike.