Dr. Tom Egger talks about how to listen to the Scriptures in a time of suffering
Plenary presentations to include Jeff Kloha, Kent Burreson, and Joel Okamoto
In the piety of Lenten self-reflection, the confession of our sin holds a prominent place. Especially for Lutherans who recognize that, as simul iustus et peccator, our confession of sin is comprehensive. The words of Isaiah 64 quickly become our own: “we have all become like one who is unclean, and all our righteous acts are like ..
More thoughts on Stanley Hauerwas’ thoughts. This time from a guy who reads the New Testament for a living
In connection with the Winter 2011 CONCORDIA JOURNAL and the Seminary’s partnership with Lutheran World Relief, more writings by past and present Concordia Seminary colleagues on issues of suffering, pain, and catastrophe
In connection with the Winter 2011 CONCORDIA JOURNAL and the Seminary’s partnership with Lutheran World Relief, a collection of writings by past and present Concordia Seminary colleagues on issues of suffering, pain, and catastrophe
WILL WE? (Photo credit: Jim Wilson/The New York Times) A stunningly violent shooting in Tucson, Arizona, and we are talking again about violence and violent images. And the war of words has begun. I have to confess that I am frequently bewildered by the violent use of violent metaphors in our public speaking