Category: The Concordia Lutheran Issues 1990-1999

; 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 …

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

; 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 …

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; 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 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. Read More »

; 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, …

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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 …

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; 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 …

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 Read More »

; ; 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 …

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? Read More »

; 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, …

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; 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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; From the March / June 1995 issue of The Concordia Lutheran ;   CHURCH ATTENDANCE I. Going to Church is– A. an old custom. Luke 2:41. The early Christians had their Church Services. Heb. 10:25; Acts 2:42. B. a …

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