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Just in time for your summer reading list, here are the books written by Concordia Seminary faculty (and staff) in the past year.
Prof. Bill Carr discusses the Old Testament pericope for Trinity Sunday, in 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 …
Concordia Seminary faculty and staff are hitting the road for summer workshops on a wide variety of timely, contemporary topics. Check the schedule to find one near you.
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.
Meteor Blasts and New Life
Africa messes with your head.
“His Blood Be on Us and our Children!”: Joseph Ratzinger on Matthew 27:25
“Jews and the Death of Jesus: Thoughts as It Becomes an Issue Once Again” by Dr. James W. Voelz
I spent some time the other day looking through my “Civil Religion” posts from the past (almost) three years. Strangely enough, I never once wrote generally about what I’m interested in and why I writ