Articles tagged with: Robert Kolb
By Robert Kolb
The final verse of the pericope governs our use of it and its context in chapter 42. The Lord takes pleasure (חפצ)—he gets a kick out of—placing his instruction, the script of the conversation …
Those who try to follow the pulse of American Christianity would be familiar with the name Tullian Tchividjian (even if it takes a little practice to pronounce it correctly!). Pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, …
Get a sneak peek at the new collection of essays from Concordia Seminary Press.
Concordia Seminary faculty who have published books in the past year will be honored at the annual faculty booksigning.
Preacher’s Studio is a chance to take a step back and talk about the art and craft of preaching. Today’s preacher: ROBERT KOLB, on preaching PHILIPPIANS 3:17-4:1.
By Robert Kolb
“Walk this way,” Mel Brook’s Igor the hunchback said (from the movie Young Frankenstein). Following in his footsteps, Doctor Frankenstein imitated his awkward gait. Children imitate their parents, sometimes to their parents’ …
Read the introduction and first chapter of Robert Kolb’s “Teaching God’s Children His Teaching,” newly revised and hot off the Concordia Seminary Press.
At its annual booksigning reception, Concordia Seminary honored the following faculty who have written or contributed to books published in the last year.
Erik Herrmann and Robert Kolb recently took the opportunity to chat with world-renowned theologian Oswald Bayer.
Robert Kolb provides a sweeping overview of how Lutherans have conceived of and acted out “discipleship,” from the 16th century to today.