Not too long ago scholars spoke of the story of salvation in the bible as “salvation- history .” In part this phrase meant that God carried out his work of salvation in history through a historical people and through historical events. This distinguished Christianity from so-called nature religions that too closely identified their gods with nature. We called that pantheism
Faith & FilmErika Bennett previews Concordia Seminary's first-ever film festival
Word and Work: What Does It Mean to Be Devoted?David Schmitt discusses the devotional life, a preview of this year's Theological Symposium
Reflections on the LCMS Youth GatheringCan we talk—honestly—about youth retention?