Faith of our Fathers – Soft Antinomianism and preaching – Rev. Mark Surburg

Soft Antinomianism: The problem in Lutheran Preaching—Rev. Mark P. Surburg

*Register for “The Faith of Our Fathers: The Law of God Is Good and Wise” conference here.

Rev. Surburg will address problems in current Lutheran preaching. Lutheran preaching today is plagued by an inability, and even a refusal, to exhort, admonish and teach in sermons about how Christians are to live because of what Christ has done for us. This does not reflect what is found in Scripture, in the Lutheran Confessions, or in Luther.

The Rev. Mark Surburg is pastor at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Marion, IL. He received his B.A. from Concordia College, Ann Arbor, MI. and attended Concordia Seminary, St. Louis where he received Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology degrees. He has published articles in the Concordia Journal, Concordia Theological Quarterly, and Logia: A Journal of Lutheran Theology. He served as a consulting scholar for Concordia Publishing House’s Lutheran Study Bible and was a contributor to Lutheran Service Book: Companion to the Services.

Check out two of Steadfast Press’s new releases: Diving into Concord and Coming out Lutheran: A Practical Commentary on the Lutheran Confessions by Rev. Neil Carlson and Grace Upon Grace: Gospel Sermons for the Church Year by Prof. George Stoeckhardt and translated by Erwin Koehlinger.

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