Exploring the creationist movement that predates Darwin by fifty years
How the Christian story of hope opens up common ground with our neighbor
In light of the Summer 2017 issue of the Concordia Journal
We have received the following letters from the Rev. Richard Snow, President of the Nebraska District of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, and Dr. John Jurchen, Associate Professor at Concordia University, Nebraska, in which Dr. Jurchen has requested that we withdraw his article that was published in the Summer 2017 issue of the Concordia Journal. We accept Dr. Jurchen’s decision and, accordingly, ..
Our synodical president offers theological reflections on the creation debates
The parallels to life in our own times are profound
Getting our bearings within one of the biggest debates in Evangelical Christianity
The partner issue with Concordia University, Nebraska, on faith and science elicited both positive and negative reactions
Deepen your faith and ministry by walking the steps of the Scriptures
By David Peter, This sermon is the fourth in the sermon series entitled “Fatherly Encouragement.” It is based on 1 Thessalonians 4:13–18. The Apostle Paul addresses the Thessalonian Christians as his dear children, giving them encouragement in their journey of faith in Jesus. Fatherly Encouragement toward Expectation Focus Statement An informed expectation of Christ’s return ..