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
This sermon by Friedrich Wyneken on Luke 2:21 provides consolation and encouragement in times of turmoil.
In light of the Synod’s 175th anniversary, President Harrison discusses C.F.W. Walther’s theses to the first Iowa District Convention.
There is no other name, given among men, by which we must be saved. We are sinners redeemed, daily reminded …
Christ humbled Himself and became a servant. We do likewise, freely, compelled by this Gospel.
Lutherans confess Scripture to be inerrant. We are also pledged — every one of us — to the Book of Concord.
The Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison reflects on the life, service and friendship of Paul T. McCain.
The “problem of death” is a great opportunity to confess Jesus.
You are entering on a journey that will humble you and bring you to realize you are nothing and that Christ is everything.
The Church is a paradox. She is the Bride of Christ, ‘spotless,’ ‘holy.’ And yet she only appears in this world hidden under the guise of poor sinners.
The Equality Act would bring sweeping changes to current laws, to the great detriment of biblically faithful churches, institutions, Christian schools and individuals.
Superstitions abound where the Word of God is absent.