The Latest Articles

The online musings from pastors, theologians and laity that will help you see the world from a Lutheran perspective. 

Anselm of Canterbury

On April 21, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) commemorates the great Archbishop of Canterbury St. Anselm.


O Radix Jesse!

The Root of Jesse? Is our Lord not the flower of Jesse’s stem (Isaiah 11:1)? He is both root and flower, the Alpha and the Omega

Another Side of Luther’s Bible Translation

Luther’s translation of the Bible into German is celebrated for making the Word of God accessible to ordinary people.

O Adonai!

Tonight, we will recall that not only is our Lord the Logos, the logic of the universe, but He is at one with Yahweh, with Adonai.

O Sapientia!

Our Lord is Logos; the very logic of the universe itself is disclosed in Him, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.

Writing for Lutherans, Part 1: Be Lutheran

Writing is hard. Always. It takes time and discipline, skill and creativity, guts and humility, no matter the context or the audience.

Christian Deconversion to Atheism

Unbelievers sometimes convert to Christianity. But sometimes Christians deconvert to unbelief.

Scroll to Top