death

With my lost saints

It may seem for all the world as though death is the end of love. But it is not so. In Christ, love never ends (1 Cor. 13:8).

Mocking the bully Death

In the end, no matter how hard you work to avoid it, death towers over you and remorselessly says, “I win. I always do.” And what are you to say?

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust

During Lent, we stare the awful truth of death directly in the face and contemplate anew the depth of our sin and the magnitude of Christ’s salvation.

Rejoicing to confess

The Lutheran Confessions give us a firm place to stand as we consider the world in all its complexity.

Got questions? August ‘Lutheran Witness’ has answers

Even stalwart Christians have questions about the faith — big queries about salvation, death and life, ethics and the Scriptures.

Grieving with Hope

Several references tell of Luther’s great struggle – the struggle we all face in times of death.

In the June/July ‘Witness’

This issue of “The Lutheran Witness” explores suffering, dying, death and comfort in light of Christ and His cross.

Storming the Gates of Paradise

While transhumanists hope to prolong life by halting aging processes, they can’t make sure the parachute opens when you try sky-diving on your 650th birthday.

Family, ethics, medicine and law collide in Jahi McMath’s life — or death

Is Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old whose entire brain has ceased to function, dead or alive?