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Formal and Functional Equivalence in Bible Translation
President Wendland takes a close look at two schools of thought in Bible translation work today: formal equivalence and functional equivalence. However, President Wendland does not state a preference between these two ...
An Overview of Hermeneutics in the 21st Century
President Wendland walks through the issues related to interpretation of Scripture with the post-modern worldview so prevalent in this 21st century. He strongly makes that case that a “Lutheran” hermeneutic might be a ...
Is Allegorizing a Legitimate Manner of Biblical Interpretation?
Prof. Wendland examines the use of allegory, from its historical origins and its use among Christians (particularly by Origen, Augustine, and Luther - noting that Luther’s use can often be described better as either typology ...
Seminary Graduation Sermon, 2007: No Other Name Can Save
No Other Name Can Save— I. This Is Your Bold Confession II. This Is Your Urgent Mission
Graduation Sermon 2008 - Brothers Stand Firm
He Lives! So Brothers Stand Firm… 1. Unswerving in His Truth 2. Abounding in His Work
Cross Cultural Ministry – Don't Lose the Message
Professor Wendland examines the biblical basis for cross-cultural ministry (the “why?” and the “what?” given us in Scripture), the gospel message Christ told us to bring to every people and nation. He then presents some ...
The Apostle Paul And Culture
Professor Wendland describes how we invariably turn to Paul when we think of the matter of Christ and Culture. Paul remained centered in Christ, yet was still “all things to all people.” Wendland explains from Scripture ...