Articles tagged with: Schumacher
Keeping up with your languages doesn’t have to be tedious. Many regular readers of ConcordiaTheology.org already know and use tools for maintaining the edge on their biblical Greek and Hebrew (and if you don’t, just …
Dreaming about a sermon in the week before Pentecost.
They aren’t really all that interested in us; but we should be interested in them.
Can you imagine The New York Times printing a critique of scientific atheism? That fact alone might be taken as wry proof for the existence of God!
“Our imagination is stretched to the utmost”
“Food is supposed to be sacred, not fast.”
Africa messes with your head.
I was hoping there would be a handy reference resource someplace where I could look up basic information for the Lutheran seminaries on the continent. A sort of Lutheran seminary yellow pages.
Lira is not a big town, not an important place by most measures. It’s not on the way to anywhere most people want to go (though a signpost in town points to Juba, well to …
. . . one more curious snowflake in the information blizzard in which we live.