The Disrespect for Marriage Act
Misguided politicians bartered away God’s definition of marriage in return for institutional protections, but not individual protections. In so doing, they agreed to label dissenters as discriminators.
Transgenderism and the End of the Church Growth Movement
But on a fundamental level, the reason congregations don’t grow is because people love their sins, hate their Savior, and are not hearing a clear confession that will call them out of the darkness and into God’s marvelous light. The only solution to that problem is the Word of God.
Preaching and teaching the Word made flesh liberates the imagination from this world’s false and crippling vision of reality, and once again brings the imagination into an encounter with the one and only true and living God through Immanuel, “God with us.”
Bad Company Corrupts Good Morals: The Only Way To Keep a Lutheran College Lutheran
It is not only possible to keep a Lutheran college Lutheran. It has to be done. And it has to be done with purpose from the very start. That is exactly what we are doing at Luther Classical College.
Defend the Rights of the Poor and Needy
Interposition is neither insurrection nor complicity in evil. It is a full and free exercise of one’s vocation to do always, and only, the right thing.
Traditional Christianity: Why Society Needs Us More Than Ever
In summary, one of Critical Theory’s most influential proprietors appeared to believe that traditional churches were society’s last line of defense against its pedagogies.
Excellent Films for the Family: The Island at the Top of the World (1974)
The film has a wondrous spirit of adventure and discovery… Setting off on an expedition with the accompanying exploration and risk is a needed vision—especially as the modern world has progressively enshrined the idol of “safety” in the hearts of millions.
The Wittenberg Option in Casper, Wyoming
If today’s Christians need encouragement in preserving and creating a healthy Christian culture in our increasingly secular society, they do not have to study in a large university in a big city. They can look at the story of tiny, isolated Wittenberg in the sixteenth century.
Eighty Easters Ago: The Mass Resignation of Lutheran Pastors from the Nazified Church of Norway
On Easter Sunday, 1942, the moment of truth arrived. Ninety-three percent of the clergy resigned from the Church of Norway in order to fulfill their oaths of ordination and serve the people whom God had entrusted to their care.
A Theological Evaluation of Hallmark Christmas Movies
The Hallmark Christmas movie reflects a culture that has trained women to justify their self-worship and covetousness by cloaking it in G-rated sweetness.