Luther’s thoughts on a snowy Palm Sunday

Martin Luther statueThe Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, campus received about ten inches of snow on Palm Sunday. Here’s what Brother Martin thought about it (image courtesy of Phil Ebeling).

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3 Comments

  1. Peter Arno Lange on Facebook March 26, 2013
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    “snow covered dung”

  2. Pr. Mackert March 27, 2013
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    Schön zu sehen, Theologen kann lustig sein.

  3. Dan Czaplewski March 27, 2013
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    Explain why they didn’t put the seminary in South Florida. Our weather for Palm Sunday was drop dead gorgeous. Of course, that’s only if you sun, warmth, and the beach.

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