“The Way of Concord: From Historic Text to Contemporary Witness” by the Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb, at right, is intended to deepen understanding of “The Book of Concord.”
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This issue of “The Lutheran Witness” explores suffering, dying, death and comfort in light of Christ and His cross.
Read how a Christian’s death “is the beginning of life” in this excerpt from Martin Luther’s “Fourteen Consolations” of 1520.
The new LCMS resource — “Faith, Hope and Love: A Threefold Response to 13 Reasons Why” — examines the popular Netflix series about teen struggles and suicide.
The resource contains an opening and closing service and 42 weekly chapel talks for use with students of all ages in Lutheran schools.
The 214-page book by the Rev. Dr. Joel Heck relates how an avowed atheist became one of the world’s most famous Christians.