Attacks on the historicity of Scripture’s account of Jesus are quickly answered with a discussion on the sources of the life of Christ, the New Testament and the commentaries of the Early Church fathers.
The August issue of The Lutheran Witness takes up the topic of “Heresies: Ancient and Modern.”
“Heresy” does not only describe ancient beliefs.
Jesus has not promised health or prosperity in this life.
by Matthew C. Harrison “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16) Why in the world would The Lutheran Witness publish an entire issue on heresies? Some might say, “For Pete’s sake! We live in a tolerant
The convention essays will explore how the preaching of Christ crucified remains the power and wisdom of God for the redemption of the world.
This issue will give you a preview of some interesting resolutions, nominations and information for the convention.
The message of Christ’s crucifixion is complete folly to the world and has been ridiculed from the beginning.
The June/July issue gives a preview of this summer’s convention, including resolutions and nominations.
How does one find the church? Christ has left His Bride with marks of the church in the world.
Multi-congregation parishes can help congregations thrive in their work, refocus on what it means to be the church and remain in place with a lively presence of Word and Sacrament ministry.
In repentance and faith, Christ’s resurrection is ours, precisely on the worst of days.