by Travis J. Scholl Socrates summed up the first principle of philosophers everywhere: to know that we don’t know. And perhaps the “not knowing” is what makes the future so maddening. Everything about it is unknown. Except for this: “… your Lord is coming” (v. 42). Yet, even then, despite the prognostications of a thousand, ..
Word and Work: Leading Midsize CongregationsDale Meyer talks with David Peter about his new book on ministry with midsize churches
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Concordia Journal, Winter 2019Featuring a keynote from Robert Rosin, Trevor Sutton on social media, and responses by Michael Zeigler and Peter Nafzger to the idea of "normal nihilism."
Arand and Herrmann, “Attending to the Beauty of Creation and the New Creation”The latest Concordia Pages PDF, on finding beauty in the ordinary