View video from the 2010 Day of Exegetical Reflection, featuring D. A. Carson, held at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
“Scripture in the Church: Formative or Formality?” is the title of the 21st annual Theological Symposium, to be held Sept. 21-22 on the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
Confessionum Lutheranarum Studiosi, a new Latin e-mail discussion group on the Lutheran confessions, has recently been founded, and you are invited to join in the colloquium
by William Carr Where Are You Resting? For exegetical details, see Lessing, Amos, Concordia Commentary (CPH, 2009), 388–409. His treatment of language-oriented matters, especially morphology and syn- tax—sorely lacking in most other commentaries—is important. Another decent choice is Andersen and Freedman, Amos, Anchor Bible 24A (Doubleday, 1989), 544–569. This commentary focuses on a possible poetic ..
by Jonathan F. Grothe Editor’s Note: The following homiletical help is adapted from Concordia Journal, March 1984. Please note that the homiletical help covers only verses 11–16 in detail. Introductory remarks Chapters 33–48 of Ezekiel are dominated by the themes of restoration and renewal. But the corruption of the recent past is always in the picture, ..
By Kyle Castens The House Restored It looked like something no one gave much thought to anymore. It was old and worn, ugly, in fact. Yet, somehow, also beautiful, reflecting a former glory. Faded, splintered pieces of plywood replaced window panes. However, its form still stood brilliant. Tall and majestic, red brick with white trim. ..
The newest book is hot off the Concordia Seminary Press! The American Mind Meets the Mind of Christ, edited by Robert Kolb. Here’s the synopsis from the back cover: Whether it is an altar to an unknown god or the New Atheists, Christians have always faced the challenge of translating the Gospel message within the ..
A cherished tradition in the arts continues… The Concordia summer carillon concert series plays every Tuesday in June at 7:00 p.m
A classic study of the Lutheran Confessions and the Scriptures by theologian ARTHUR CARL PIEPKORN, appearing here in conjunction with the Spring 2010 issue of Concordia Journal
Dr. Lowell Zuck presents a historical and theological study of Luther’s writings against the seventh-day Sabbatarians, which are significant in marking a transition in his emerging attitudes toward Judaism
By Dr. Francis C. Rossow Comments on the text 1. Whether intended or not, there are remarkable similarities in the emphases of the readings appointed for this Sunday. The “All is vanity” message of the Old Testament reading, our text, is dramatized by the Parable of the Rich Fool in the Gospel, Luke 12: 13–21. ..