New Book Letters to Pastors Introduces Historian, Theologian, and Churchman Hermann Sasse to a New Generation

New Book Letters to Pastors Introduces Historian, Theologian, and Churchman Hermann Sasse to a New Generation

The following lines and the letters, which, God willing, are to follow this one are addressed to Lutheran pastors . . . whose hearts bleed whenever they see the condition in which the Lutheran Church of our day and of our world finds itself. Thus Hermann Sasse (1895–1976) began nearly thirty years of correspondence with Lutheran pastors(…)

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A Fresh Look for Fundamental Biblical Hebrew and Fundamental Biblical Aramaic

A Fresh Look for Fundamental Biblical Hebrew and Fundamental Biblical Aramaic

The classically developed Fundamental Biblical Hebrew and Fundamental Biblical Aramaic by Andrew Bartelt and Andrew Steinmann is now available in a new format with a more readable font. In addition, downloadable resources for learning these critical biblical languages are available. Students of the biblical languages will find in one volume an introduction to both Hebrew(…)

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See us in Fort Wayne, IN, at Symposia for Exegetical Theology and the Lutheran Confessions

See us in Fort Wayne, IN, at Symposia for Exegetical Theology and the Lutheran Confessions

Next week, Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, IN, will sponsor their annual Symposia series, which is the largest annual gathering of LCMS pastors, and brings together clergy and laity from all over the world. CPH editor Dr. Benjamin Mayes will be at the conference, and looks forward to meeting you. Contact him at benjamin.mayes@cph.org if you’d like(…)

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“Accessible”, “Engaging” – The Church from Age to Age

“Accessible”, “Engaging” – The Church from Age to Age

  We are pleased to receive the following kind words from Religious Studies Review 38, no. 4 (December 2012): The Church from Age to Age presents an accessible, engaging, and comprehensive survey of ecclesial and theological history. The volume stands out for its detailed discussion of both European developments and the manifold expressions in the(…)

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