Spring 2012 CONCORDIA JOURNAL sneak peek

The Spring 2012 Concordia Journal is officially in the mail. It is a potpourri on various topics, from various people. As always, the Homiletical Helps are available online here, and at Lectionary at Lunch+.

Here’s just a few highlights you can look forward to:

Dale Meyer talks about the intersections between preaching and politics in today’s America during an election year.

Jim Voelz remembers Fred Danker.

Jeff Gibbs wraps up the series of reflections on the LCMS tri-fold emphasis on “Witness, Mercy, Life Together” by reflecting on “witness,” as it is presented to us in the Acts of the Apostles.

Chad Lakies explores how a Lutheran can approach the emergent church movement.

Reed Lessing talks about translating Isaiah.

And there’s more where that came from. Look for it soon in your mailbox.

To order individual issues or to subscribe to Concordia Journal, contact the editorial office at cj@csl.edu or 314-505-7117. Annual subscription rates are $15.00 USA, $20.00 Canada, $25.00 overseas. Concordia Journal is published quarterly by the faculty of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.

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