What does it mean to be “justified by faith,” according to the New Testament?
This month’s column is from Luther’s writings in 1523 on church and state and the types of law that govern each.
The hymn by the Rev. Dr. Wilfred Karsten of Moline, Ill., is for the Synod’s celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
This month’s column is from Luther’s 1523 treatise, “Temporal Authority: To What Extent It Should Be Obeyed.”
This is the first in a series of Martin Luther’s writings as a way to join the church body’s celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017.
Part of the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, $1 million is awarded in “Stand With Your Community” grants.
The December “Journal of Lutheran Mission” highlights papers and discussions from the International Lutheran Council World Conference.
At the Sept. 9-10 meeting in the St. Louis, the LCMS Board for National Mission continues its policy work, hears from numerous speakers and takes several actions.
The Rev. Randy Golter, special assistant to the president and director of the Synod’s Reformation celebration, talked with KFUO Radio’s Andy Bates on Oct. 14 about plans for the 2017 Reformation celebration and the Stand with Your Community Grant program.
The edition contains papers presented at the second International Conference on Confessional Leadership this past spring in Wittenberg, Germany.
Right around the corner is the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Fundamentally, the anniversary is not about Luther but the One who forgave Luther freely by grace through faith.