The October Lutheran Witness reflects on the book of Galatians: its historical context, its impact on the Reformation, and its message of Good News for Christians.
St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians is a tour de force of certainty for every Christian.
How do I know if I have enough faith? I have known people who think they believe, but they trusted in themselves instead. Can I trust my faith?
Ars Moriendi: The art of dying well. Death is not a good thing; God imposed it on Adam and Eve and the entire human race as a punishment for sin. How, then, does one “die well”? With faith and confidence in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The September Lutheran Witness reflects on “the art of dying well.”
As Christians, we do not “grieve as others do who have no hope.” We know that we shall die and live with Jesus.
For Christians who seek to honor God and serve their neighbor by the way they vote, God’s Law is the guide.
The August Lutheran Witness discusses “Necessary Conversations: Religion and Politics.”
With this issue of The Lutheran Witness, we are wading into the turbulent waters of religion and politics.
The recent Supreme Court decision Bostock v. Clayton County pits the law and force of the federal government against orthodox Christians.
1793. 1918. 2020. Devastating diseases have been a part of the human experience since the fall of human beings into sin.
The issue begins to ask questions about what the church has learned about how it can continue to witness during government shutdowns.