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. ..
By John Loum General approach to preparing your sermon A. Start the process by praying about the subject or topic area B. Select and clearly state to the audience the subject area that you plan to address. C. At the point of your sermon delivery, start with an arousing statement or illustration in order to ..
By Dr. Thomas Manteuful A Bible Study What statement is made repeatedly here to help God’s people remember and take to heart what is said? It is “I am the Lord your God,” sometimes abbreviated: “I am the Lord.” It tells the people of God that they are his special possession, redeemed and governed by ..
By Dr. Arthur F. Graudin Textual Notes Genesis 1:1 through Genesis 11:1–9 has been referred to as “primeval history.” According to the Hebrew, Genesis 11:1–9 forms a textual unit. The text refers to the time after the Flood when “the whole world had one language and the same words” (ESV). After the Flood, God (Elohiym) ..
With One Accord Rev. Paul Philp As the Eleven returned from the Ascension of Jesus, Luke tells us that they were of “one accord” (v. 14). The union was found within the context of praying together with others who were followers of Jesus. In this interim period between the Ascension and Pentecost, Peter addresses the ..
St. Louis Post-Dispatch/STLtoday.com columnist Bill McClellan used his Sunday column (May 2, 2010) to talk about Concordia Seminary’s Call Day
Dr. James Brauer and Dr. Kent Burreson review (full text): “Fostering Unity Without Imposing Uniformity”: A Review of Evangelical Lutheran Worship. Pew Edition. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2006. 1248 pages. Cloth. $20.00
Timothy Maschke reviews GETTING READY FOR THE NEW LIFE: FACING ILLNESS OR DEATH WITH THE WORD AND PRAYERS. Lutheran Voices series. By Richard F. Bansemer. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2004. 83 pages. Paper. $9.99
Timothy Maschke reviews DON’T TELL ME THAT! Martin Luther’s Antinomian Theses. Translated by Paul Strawn. Minneapolis: Lutheran Press, 2004. 78 pages. Paper. $5.50
Thomas Trapp reviews THE GOSPEL OF MARK. A Commentary. By Francis J. Moloney. Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson, 2002. Pp. xviii + 398. Hardcover $29.95
Henry Rowold reviews TWO STRANGE BEASTS: LEVIATHAN AND BEHEMOTH IN SECOND TEMPLE AND EARLY RABBINIC JUDAISM. K. William Whitney, Jr. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2006. xvi+216 pages. Cloth. $34.95