The February issue of The Lutheran Witness presents a Lutheran perspective on mental illness and health.
Roy S. Askins
The February issue takes up the topic of mental illness from a Lutheran perspective.
Legislation does not change hearts. Only the Holy Spirit through the proclamation of the Gospel changes hearts.
The January issue of The Lutheran Witness reflects on the church’s ongoing responsibility to proclaim the Gospel in the wake of Roe v. Wade.
The December issue of The Lutheran Witness lays out the Christian view of man.
Christian anthropology begins and ends with Christ Jesus.
This month’s issue revolves around gaining a deeper understanding of what the fulfillment and completion of your eternal life will look like.
The November issue of The Lutheran Witness discusses Scripture’s account of the eternal life which awaits those who are in Christ.
Since the publication of this issue, however, the Michigan Supreme Court ordered that the proposal be added to the ballot on November 8
Is Lutheran simply the flavor of Christianity that you prefer to put in your religious ice cream cone?
The October issue of The Lutheran Witness provides an overview of 12 Christian denominations.
The September issue of The Lutheran Witness celebrates the 500 year anniversary of Luther’s translation of the New Testament into German.