Articles tagged with: Preaching
If Law and Gospel is to truly be at the heart of preaching, then it calls for more than a boilerplate Law-then-Gospel structure.
Better late than never…videos of presentations around the theme, “In Remembrance of Me: Memory and the Life of Faith.” (Videos from 2016 Theological Symposium coming soon.)
Preaching the whole Word of God to the whole person – and people – of God.
The digital edition of the Fall 2016 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, featuring articles by James Prothro, Glenn Fluegge, Abjar Bakhou, Matthew Rosebrock, and Jeff Gibbs on preaching Matthew.
…aka, preaching the whole can of worms.
Jeff Gibbs on how to preach the Gospel of Matthew during the upcoming church year (Series A).
By Mark A. Seifrid
The drama of the text unfolds in three acts. The first act is the way of the cross with Jesus’s word to the women who followed him on the way. The second act …
By David Adams
The Text as Text
The text of this account in Luke’s gospel is well-attested, and there is no variant that is so problematic as to demand serious consideration. In v. 19 the future tense …
By Joel Elowsky
Crowds are always following Jesus looking for something. These crowds come from everywhere, not just the locals, and they’re filled with expectation. He always takes their expectations and transforms them into something more significant …
By Travis J. Scholl
Commemorating the sixteenth-century events that came to be called the Protestant Reformation is more complicated than it used to be. Triumphalism—a certain weirdly coiffed presidential candidate notwithstanding—is no longer in vogue. We left …