Articles tagged with: David Schmitt
By David Schmitt
Textual Study: At the heart of this text lies an aphorism (v. 21), the saying of Jesus that the Pharisees had hoped to use to entrap him (v.15), but through which he entrapped …
Rev. Travis Scholl conducts a roundtable with the authors of the two large articles from the Spring 2011 Concordia Journal, Dr. David Schmitt and Dr. R. Reed Lessing.
In connection with his article in the Spring 2011 Concordia Journal, Dr. David Schmitt presents a sermon preached in the Concordia Seminary chapel to illustrate the principles discussed in his article.
This new semi-regular video series features preachers discussing the art of preaching with students, faculty, and pastors within the context of a specific sermon they have preached. FIRST UP: DAVID SCHMITT.
Check out the Spring 2011 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, with an excerpt from David Schmitt’s tour-de-force on “the tapestry of preaching.”
Dr. Thomas Troeger will be the featured speaker at the 9th annual Day of Homiletical Reflection – Wednesday, May 11, 2011.
This month, Concordia Journal Currents features a Preachers Roundtable on preaching Matthew (from which the Gospel readings for LSB Lectionary Series A are largely taken). This is the second of two parts.
This month, Concordia Journal Currents features a Preachers Roundtable on preaching Matthew (from which the Gospel readings for LSB Lectionary Series A are largely taken). This is the first of two parts.
by David Schmitt
The lectionary unfortunately isolates this text from its literary context and there- by masks its climactic nature. As the climax of Jacob’s larger story, this text contains surprising reversals:
Jacob, who has demonstrated …
The table of contents of essays in the book, The American Mind Meets the Mind of Christ.