Do the words of Hebrews 13:8 “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and always” refer to the constancy of the second person of the Trinity or to His constancy in our lives? In this article from the December 2020 issue of Concordia Seminary Magazine, Dr. Jeffrey Oschwald compares two interpretations and comes to a surprising conclusion
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.”
David Lewis will lead study on Jesus and the Law in the Gospel of Mark on Saturday, August 8, 2015
Is Jesus the “Messiah” of Isaiah 9-11?
What do Concordia Seminary President Dale Meyer, Will Ferrell/Ricky Bobby, and Baby Jesus have in common? You’re about to find out, because that just happened
Sometimes I wonder if we conservative Christians have become what might be called second and third article Christians (that is we care only about the second & third articles of the Nicene Creed). In other words, we think of Jesus as the one who gets us to heaven with the result that we then regard creation as of little importance by comparison