Category: CL1995

November / December 1995 The President’s Column – What a comfort for us Christians as we begin another year of grace to know that God is unchangeable!

; ; From the November / December 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ; The President’s Column ; Saul was a changeable man! David experienced Saul’s mood changes. At first David had found favor in the sight of King Saul

November / December 1995 The Original Text of Holy Scripture and the Translations.

; From the November / December 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ; [Editor’s Note: At the request of the President of our Conference, the following article on Bible translations is being presented. This article is an extended quotation of

September / October 1995 The Synergistic Controversy

; From the September / October 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ;   THE SYNERGISTIC CONTROVERSY Dr. Martin Luther had died in 1546. The Schmalkald War had erupted. The Schmalkald League, a standby army formed by nine Lutheran princes

September / October 1995 The President’s Column – Once again the school bells throughout the land have summoned our children to return to their classrooms to begin another school year.

; From the September / October 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran The President’s Column ; Once again the school bells throughout the land have summoned our children to return to their classrooms to begin another school year. From what

September / October 1995 The Flacian Controversy

; From the September / October 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ; THE FLACIAN CONTROVERSY ;  THE MAN Matthias Flacius Illyricus, one of the most learned and capable theologians of his day and the most faithful, devoted, staunch, zealous,

The Adiaphoristic Controversy

What happened to the blessed movement known as The Reformation within a year of the signing of the Augsburg Confession, June 25, 1530, is not unlike the gradual weakening of the storm stirred by the founders of our own beloved

July / August 1995 The President’s Column – YE ARE A ROYAL PRIESTHOOD 1:As such we Christians enjoy undeserved blessings, and, 2:As such we Christians show our thankfulness by our works

; From the July / August 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ; The President’s Column ; In Christ Jesus, our only Savior, my dear fellow-believers! Those who truly believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior and strive

1995 – Around The World – Is there room today within the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod for those who defend the position taken by Dr. C.F.W. Walther, Dr. Francis Pieper and the LCMS on woman suffrage until 1969?

; ; AROUND THE WORLD   with editorial comment by M L Natterer Is there room today within the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod for those who defend the position taken by Dr. C.F.W. Walther, Dr. Francis Pieper and the LCMS on

March / June 1995 The Easter Angels Message

; From the March / June 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ; THE EASTER ANGEL’S MESSAGE Brings Us a Fourfold Comfort and Assurance from Christ’s Resurrection “And he saith unto them, ‘Be not affrighted: Ye seek Jesus of Nazareth,

March / June 1995 Easter in the Light of Good Friday

; From the March / June 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ; EASTER IN THE LIGHT OF GOOD FRIDAY   There would be no Easter, no resurrection, except for what happened on the first Good Friday! A trial without

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