Is Lutheran simply the flavor of Christianity that you prefer to put in your religious ice cream cone?
Letter From the Editor
Over the course of 10 weeks during his 1522 exile, Luther translated the New Testament into German.
God’s Word is both inspired — breathed out by God — and it is inerrant — it does not contradict itself or contain error.
The June/July issue examines war from a Lutheran perspective: even amid the horrors in Ukraine, we look to Jesus.
The disciples became sorrowful over Jesus’ impending departure, and yet, His departure was necessary.
This year, the LCMS celebrates 175 years of God’s blessing in proclaiming, preaching and teaching the truth.
The answer to sloth is zeal, a passion for God’s Word and His gifts. If you struggle with appreciating and receiving God’s gifts, this issue is for you.
The world’s religions are not all different paths to the same God.
“Male and female he created them,” the Scripture says. And in that creation, God ordered the relation of the man and the woman, of Adam and Eve.
The Christmas canticles — the Magnificat, Benedictus, Gloria in Excelsis and Nunc Dimittis — each point to Christ in a unique way, and remind us of the gift of His nativity all year long.
The articles cover reflections on All Saints’ Day and Proverbs 31, as well as advice from Martin Luther on mourning and C.F.W. Walther on the church and state. There is plenty to interest any reader.
This issue contains a tool kit to help you read the Book of Concord, the faithful confessions of the Lutheran church for all time.