Articles tagged with: Erik Herrmann
The threefold Gospel cycle of our lectionary gives us the opportunity to hear our Lord’s passion in a new voice each year. This year the voice is St. Luke’s. The passion of Luke is the …
Preached by Dr. Erik Herrmann in the Chapel of St. Timothy and St. Titus, Jan 21, 2013
“Doing Justice: The Church’s Faith in Action” is the title of the 23rd Annual Theological Symposium, to be held Sept. 18-19, 2012, on the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Featured speakers include John Witte, Jr., John Nunes, Kathryn Galchutt, Bernhard Seter, and Mark Junkans.
Erik Herrmann and Robert Kolb recently took the opportunity to chat with world-renowned theologian Oswald Bayer.
Hot off the press…Bob Kolb discusses his latest book, “Luther and the Stories of God,” with Erik Herrmann.
By Erik Herrmann
My children love to listen to the songs of Justin Roberts (a virtual “rock star” of the kid music world)—years of minivan rides have engraved most of the lyrics onto my brain. One …
What happens when we use the term “mercy” to describe our actions toward our neighbor or the church’s orientation to the world?
Highlights from the Fall 2011 issue of CONCORDIA JOURNAL, due out in early November.
There was quite a little contingent from Concordia listening to Stanely Hauerwas at Fontbonne University this past Monday evening. The topic was on disability, and it brought some of his usual themes together in a provocative way.
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 …