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…before Golden State Warriors’ Shaun Livingston dunked in the NBA Finals.
Continuing the conversation with Prof. Seying (part 2 of 2).
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 …
Charles Arand will lead a theme focusing on the wonders of God’s creation.
Continuing the conversation with Prof. Seying (part 2 of 2). View part one here.
The digital edition of the Spring 2016 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, featuring articles by Paul Raabe, Mark Seifrid, and Mark Rockenbach from Concordia Seminary’s 2015 Theological Symposium.
Thus says Walther . . .
Our second child was born on Monday. So, this week has been that surreal mixture of sublime exhiliration, tag-team parenting, and sleep deprivation. But the family leave has provided some quieter mome
New dictionaries and old words
I hate it (love it) when that happens. Reflections on Romans 12
So, what are we to make of Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s “The Response,” the Houston prayer service he helped organize and at which he spoke? Does the fact that he now appears to be joining the field for th
Romans 11, Bible Translations, and Preaching Israel
New thoughts from Rick Marrs as he writes his new book “Making Christian Counseling More Christ-Centered.” Here, he discusses law-gospel distinctions, cognitive behavioral therapy, and depression.
A fresh translation of Luther’s letter to Hans von Rechenberg, cited in “Love Wins”
At the Nascar Nationwide series race this past weekend in Nashville, TN, Pastor Joe Nelms was asked to give the opening invocation. He channeled his inner Ricky Bobby and gave us one delicious minute