…and what happens when a seminary professor can’t go number one
Earlier this week I posted some suggested readings, in advance of the event to held October 15, 2016 at Concordia University, with the assigned topic: “Textual and Literary Judgments on the Biblical Text–What Happens to the Lutheran Commitment to Scriptural Inerrancy?” That post is available here, and I encourage you to read the items that I highlighted ..
“What the Church lacks in our day is not a reliable text of the Bible, but faith in the sufficiently reliable text.”
A new #TBT blog series bringing back to life old media files from the Concordia Seminary archives. First up: hear Martin Scharlemann on “Jesus, Teller of Parables.”
A summer in the lives of Elowsky, Seifrid, Biermann, and Voelz
According to JNS News (8/17/2016), Special Envoy to the United Nations Laurie Cardoza-Moore criticized the ELCA’s resolution that the U.S. stop giving military aid to Israel. She said, “The Lutheran Church’s decision to single out the Jewish State for rebuke is nothing short of anti-Semitic heresy based on its anti-Semitic roots. It would seem that ..
New insights into the longstanding “pistis Christou” debate in Galatians