This timeless piece, written during the rise of the Hitler regime in 1936, has much for us to ponder in our day and about ourselves.
Matthew C. Harrison
The matter of the inerrancy of Holy Scripture is a matter of faith, not sight.
The message of Christ’s crucifixion is complete folly to the world and has been ridiculed from the beginning.
In repentance and faith, Christ’s resurrection is ours, precisely on the worst of days.
Our dear pastors and workers continue to love and care for millions of God’s people.
We will advocate for life. We’ll march. But the greatest thing we can do is speak forgiveness in Jesus.
Realizing the distinction between Law and Gospel turned Luther into a reformer. Here are six of those differences, according to CFW Walther.
To the suffering, the discouraged, the downtrodden, the preacher proclaims the pure sweet Gospel of Christ.
Christ demonstrated how precious every life is at every stage of development. He is truly the creator and “Author of life.”
It’s a marvel that we can “listen in” to Martin Luther’s own sermon on Luke 2, from Christmas 1544.