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The Meaning of the Hebrew Word Torah with Special Reference to Its Use in the Psalms
In general, God’s torah is his instruction or teaching. But torah also has some narrow meanings. Torah can refer to specific ordinances and groups of regulations. Torah can refer to the instructions God gave Moses on Mt. ...
The Separation of Church and State as it Relates to our Christian Schools
The church is to make disciples of all nations by using the gospel. The state, on the other hand, has the purpose of preserving a certain measure of peace and order in human society. There is a certain separation between ...
The Separation of Church and State
Though both the Church and State are divinely created, their purpose and the means by which they carry out their purpose are completely different. The Christian is a citizen of two kingdoms. He is a citizen of the spiritual ...
The Twentieth Century Crucifixion of Christ
The professed goal of twentieth century theology is to persuade modern man to accept the Christian faith. Twentieth century theology speaks to man’s reason. Not only does modern theology reject the inspiration, inerrancy, ...
The Royal Priesthood
The reintroduction of the teaching of the priesthood of all believers offered the church great comfort in the fact that they could go to God’s throne directly without fear or mediator. By God’s grace, through the work of ...
Homiletics at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
Our seminary trains men to preach and teach the pure word of God. One of the most visible ways a pastor does this is when he preaches to his congregation. Most importantly, the men of the seminary are taught how to properly ...
Three Advent Sermon Studies: Isaiah Pictures the Coming Messiah
This series of Advent sermon studies will let the prophet Isaiah speak. Seven centuries before the birth of Christ, Isaiah pictured the coming Messiah for his hearers and readers. The three Isaiah texts chosen for this ...
Though short, this article is not short on information. Gawrisch bases this article on an article from Concordia Journal, January 1992. Here Gawrisch discusses the importance of Nineveh, and the king who ruled from it.