Lutheran Witness: March 2011

Inevitably, we succumb to the lies, choosing to believe that the devil is right and God is wrong. But because the Law of God is written on our hearts, we know the truth. We know the shame of our sin, of being caught by our spouses, of lying to our employers and of embarrassing our children.

That’s why this issue of The Lutheran Witness may be difficult to read: Exploring the topic of sin hits close to home.

  • From the President: Beloved Synod, Take Courage!
  • From the Editor: To the Reader


  • By Any Other Name — Travis J. Scholl
  • Whatever Happened to Sin? — Daniel Gilbert
  • Natural Law, Lutheranism and the Public Good — Korey D. Maas
  • Can Lutheran Moms Be Tiger Moms? — Pamela J. Nielsen


  • 10 Minutes with . . . Dr. Uwe Siemon-Netto — Adriane Dorr
  • Letters
  • Family Matters
  • This We Believe . . . What Is Sin? — Herbert C. Mueller
  • Q & A
  • This Month in Church . . . A Welcome Addition — Greg Wismar
  • Notices
  • Searching Scripture . . . To Dust You Shall Return — Jared Melius
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