Major Problems with Major

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series 2017 Reformation Newsletter Articles

This is part three of a series of twelve newsletter articles written by Rev. Neil L. Carlson for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Rev. Carlson is pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church and Zion Lutheran Church in Sidney and Chappell, … Continue reading

Adiaphora?

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series 2017 Reformation Newsletter Articles

This is part two of a series of twelve newsletter articles written by Rev. Neil L. Carlson for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Rev. Carlson is pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church and Zion Lutheran Church in Sidney and Chappell, … Continue reading

The Post-Reformation Reformation: 1546-1580

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series 2017 Reformation Newsletter Articles

This is part one of a series of twelve newsletter articles written by Rev. Neil L. Carlson for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Rev. Carlson is pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church and Zion Lutheran Church in Sidney and Chappell, … Continue reading

Building a Poorer Concordia

At Concordia University Chicago, Dr. Jodie Dewey is in the process of being tenured. This process is in its final stage, the Board of Regents having given notice in the August Lutheran Witness of its intent to grant her tenure. … Continue reading

Could it be? Well, of course it is! Fascism!

We at BJS welcome guest articles, contact us if you have an article that might be of interest to our readers. This one is written by Pastor Brent Kuhlman (whose sermon for Pentecost 14B we recently posted).   Rahm Emanuel … Continue reading

Specifics, Bob – a guest post by Pastor Thomas Messer

Found on Abide In My Word:   This is a scene from the movie, “Phenomenon,” starring John Travolta, where Travolta’s character, George Malley, is forced by the CIA to undergo a psychological interview: The Phenomenon.   “Specifics, Bob.” I understand … Continue reading

Decreasing Missions in the LCMS, by Rev. Bryan L. Hopfensperger

Convention delegates recently received “Delegate Letter #10” from Jesus First. In the last paragraph of the article entitled “Kieschnick Has Earned Re-election” author David S. Luecke writes that “…a vote for someone other than Gerald Kieschnick is inevitably a vote … Continue reading