Articles tagged with: martin-luther
From a Faculty Forum discussion
An exclusive online reprint of Robert Kolb’s preface to The American Mind Meets the Mind of Christ, a collection of Concordia Seminary faculty essays on American culture.
Technology trying to save technology. (Photo credit: Reuters) The recent capping of the oil well in the Gulf of Mexico aside, now the Coast Guard says the clean up will take years . And even with the cap, oil is still spilling into the Gulf
Dr. Lowell Zuck presents a historical and theological study of Luther’s writings against the seventh-day Sabbatarians, which are significant in marking a transition in his emerging attitudes toward Judaism.
I was finishing eighth grade and getting ready for confirmation when the first earth day was celebrated in 1970. Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin helped organize the first Earth Day as an awareness raising event. Over the years, Earth Day has provided an opportunity both to take stock of human impact on earth and to call people to action that they might take better care of it
Rock, Resurrection, and Radio Stations — a conversion story
What would Luther think about health care reform?
I don’t know for certain, of course, but I have some ideas about what Luther would think, or perhaps, what he wouldn’t think.
First of all, Luther saw caring …
Timothy Maschke reviews DON’T TELL ME THAT! Martin Luther’s Antinomian Theses. Translated by Paul Strawn. Minneapolis: Lutheran Press, 2004. 78 pages. Paper. $5.50.
Book Blurbs: Paul Robinson, “Martin Luther, A Life Reformed”
Timothy Maschke reviews THE WIT OF MARTIN LUTHER. By Eric W. Gritsch. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2006. 142 pages. Paper. $7.00.