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Concordia Seminary once again invites proposals for the open sectionals of this year’s Theological Symposium.
In a special excerpt from his online D.Min. course on Mark, Prof. Jim Voelz discusses the Gospel pericope for the 9th Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 12), in the context of the Year B lectionary.
The journey from text to pulpit can be a long and winding road, filled with false starts, surprising discoveries, and hard choices along the way. On a semi-regular basis, the homiletics faculty of Concordia Seminary …
Travis Scholl and Peter Mead will lead the Faith and Writing Workshop, July 28-30, 2015.
By James Voelz
This pericope is typical of the latter portion of Paul’s letters, that is, it deals with everyday matters of the Christian life (cf. 2 Thes 3). As is the case in most of Paul’s …
Looking backward and forward in the present
Stop Explaining, Start Proclaiming
The problem of God’s justice in Love Wins
Reflections from a campus pastor, Greg Michael
A look at a Luther quote from the popular book, by Pastor Ben Haupt
A more appropriate title might have been Hell is Hyperbole: What God wants, God gets.
The Washington Post ran a fascinating story on the responses of Harold Camping and some of his followers after the rapture didn’t happen on Saturday. Some of their stories are tragic. And one soundbit
A Christian Father’s Sincere Love, and a Deeply-Flawed Understanding of Salvation.
May 21 has come and gone, we’re all still here. But “the end times” and what will happen to us when either the or our end comes is still on the minds of many. Two …
Will the world end tomorrow? Martin Luther’s answer is as good as any.