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A statement regarding the biblical teaching on marriage and its role in society
Prof. Bill Carr discusses the Old Testament pericope for the 6th Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 9), 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.
Track the progress of the renovation of Koburg Hall and the dining complex into the new Benidt Seminary Center.
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Hell is a popular place these days. Not for tourism, of course. But it’s the talk of the religious town
Last Friday, chapel was unusual; it took me off guard. First, I did not expect to sing Christmas hymns … in the middle of Lent. Yes, I have to admit that I wasn’t paying attention to …
I have known Ron and Maggie Hilmer for a long time, since I was in my teens and they were…well, younger than they are now.
A few weeks ago we posted the first of a series of questions used as the basis of discussion for a Faculty Forum, centered on Bob Kolb’s article, in the Fall 2010 Concordia Journal: “The Sheep and …
“Food is supposed to be sacred, not fast.”
Who is the son of man?
“Seismic Shocks.” That was the eerily prophetic title of this past Friday’s entry in the Lenten devotional booklet I’m reading, What’s Next, God?, by Stephen Carter (published by Creative Communicati
The first time I remember giving something up for Lent I was in the fourth grade. I gave up soda.