See more here: A study in juxtapositions: youth and the church
The full preface to the book, written by Robert Kolb
I blog elsewhere about the adventures (and misadventures) of trying my hand with a small hobby farm. Most of the time, the joys and struggles of that life with some land do not intersect in any obvious way with my life and vocation at the Seminary. (Although there are hopeful signs that my worlds might be ..
Timothy Maschke reviews WORSHIP, GOTTESDIENST, CULTUS DEI: What the Lutheran Confessions Say About Worship. By James L. Brauer, editor. St. Louis: Concordia, 2005. 304 pages. Hardback. $29.99
Timothy Maschke reviews GOD WORDS: Intro to Classic Christian Theology. By Terry Dittmer, John Johnson, David Lumpp, Paul Raabe, William Weinrich and Dean Wenthe. St. Louis: Concordia, 2004. 188 pages. $12.99
Last year in a little article, “Can Lutherans Observe Earth Day?” I asked if being theologically conservative required us to be politically conservative on social issues like the environment. After all, Luther’s recovery of the Gospel led him to revalue creation as our good home