The Taste of Christ

The practical use is exhorting, that we learn the doctrine of Christ with singular zeal and diligence and fortify our hearts against any corruptions thereof. As Christ is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end (Rev. 1:8), so also He must be the beginning and end in our

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Biblical Textual Criticism Debate 

    Resources Now Available: Biblical Textual Criticism Debate Thank you to everyone who tuned into Saturday’s live stream debate, “Textual and Literary Judgments on the Biblical Text — What Happens to the Lutheran Commitment to Scriptural Inerrancy,” held at Concordia University Chicago, River Forest, Ill. The debate included Dr. Jeff Kloha, provost

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What Scripture Points To

All of Scripture is nothing else than a continuous witness of Christ. “In the volume of the book it is written of Me” (Ps. 40:[7]), something that is repeated in Heb. 10:7. Luke 24:44: “Everything written about Me in the Law of Moses and the prophets and the psalms must

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Faithful in Aleppo

Christian missionaries in Aleppo crucified and beheaded “At several steps on their path to death by beheading and crucifixion last month, 11 indigenous Christian workers near Aleppo, Syria had the option to leave the area and live. The 12-year-old son of a ministry team leader also could have spared his

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Festival of St. Luke, Evangelist

Festival of St. Luke, Evangelist October 18 The Lord be with you October 18 is the Festival of St. Luke, Evangelist. St. Luke, the beloved physician referred to by St. Paul (Colossians 4:14), presents us with Jesus, whose blood provides the medicine of immortality. He was a Gentile, probably a

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