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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 ...
Reflections On The "Gentleness" Paul Calls For In Philippians 4:5
On the face of it, Philippians 4:5 seems to present few difficulties. That perspective changes, however, as soon as a person takes a closer look at τὸ ἐπιεικὲς. What can Paul mean by using a word that one commentator called ...
God's Mission: The Means and the Method
Pastor Westra summarizes his paper as follows, “It is my objective in this paper to examine the tension between an appropriate view of the means of grace and a proper perspective on the methodologies that we use in proclaiming ...
Lutheran Missionaries Today?
The Quest for New Treasure Can Be Treacherous
In this keynote address, Pastor Christie gives a thorough definition of what worship is, and what can be defined as traditional or contemporary. He encourages his readers to use all treasures, old and new, in their worship, ...