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ConcordiaTheology.org also provides a range of resources to support pastors and congregations in their preaching, teaching, and ministry within their communities.
As a resource of the faculty of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, the theology that happens on ConcordiaTheology.org comes out of the confessional Lutheran Christian tradition. In the best of that tradition, it provides a forum for open conversation between perspectives within that tradition, as well as other religious and theological perspectives, to cultivate a vigorous life of the mind in service to the Gospel.
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That is as it should be in a community of conversation and dialogue. ConcordiaTheology.org expects the theological conversation that happens here to be civil, respectful, and constructive. It is expected that comments will stay on-topic. And for the sake of good order, the editors expect you to use your real name (the one your mother gave you) to take part in the conversation. It has been our consistent experience that pseudonyms and anonymity undermine both authentic conversation and good theology.
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