Category: The Concordia Lutheran Issues 2010-Present

Sermon Preached at the Service of Convocation – 66th Annual Convention

Report of the Committee on Missions

(The following, capsulated from the full report presented to the Conference in convention assembled on Saturday, June 24, 2017, is presented for the information of our brethren who were not able to attend.) When we who “know the grace of

An Urgent Appeal for Assistance to a Dear Brother

“The Scripture cannot be broken.”  John 10:35 As reported by our Committee on Missions in the foregoing article, Pastor Roman Schurganoff and the secretary of his congregation in Ekaterinburg, Russia, were viciously attacked this past January by thugs who had

Convention Digest

“In God We Trust”??

The Fifth Commandement

The Kingly Office of the Ascended Christ

The Proper Distiction between Law and Gospel in Peter’s Pentecost Sermon

Why Was It Necessary For Our Savior to Be True God?

“Without controversy, great is the mystery of Godliness: God was manifest in the flesh.” — I Timothy 3:16 It is indeed a great mystery — a fact that defies human reason and exceeds the ability of human understanding to comprehend

The All-Sufficiency of Christ’s Passive Obedience for Our Redemption

We Lutherans are often accused of being “obsessed with terminology” when we teach and discuss the doctrines of Holy Scripture, terminology that is nowhere found in the Bible and terminology that hopelessly confuses all but professional theologians with its complexity.

Top