New Testament

Everything you wanted to know about the New Testament but were afraid to ask

Everything you wanted to know about the New Testament but were afraid to ask

Decades of providing pastoral care and university teaching have given Rev. Dr. Michael Eschelbach ample opportunity to answer countless biblical questions. Why are the Gospel accounts different? Why does the Bible spend so much time listing genealogies? What does Revelation mean? Dr. Eschelbach offers answers to these questions (and many more) in The Big Book(…)

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Disputes over the General Epistles

Disputes over the General Epistles

The following is an excerpt from Lutheran Bible Companion, available now. The LBC, a two-volume set, covers every canonical book of the Bible, including the Apocrypha. This selection is from the “The General Epistles” in volume two.   Disputes over the General Epistles Before studying the General Epistles, readers should gain some understanding of their history in the(…)

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Festschrift Honors the Rev. Dr. Dean Wenthe

Festschrift Honors the Rev. Dr. Dean Wenthe

As professor, pastor, and president, Christ has always been at the center of Dean Orrin Wenthe’s confession and practice. His clarity of thought and charity of heart has encouraged and in­spired his parishioners, colleagues, and, especially, students entering the pastoral min­istry in coming to a deeper understanding of their Lord Christ. Written in honor of(…)

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Concordia Commentary on the Johannine Epistles Available Now

Concordia Commentary on the Johannine Epistles Available Now

CPH is pleased to announce the release of the twenty-third volume in the Concordia Commentary series, available now. The new commentary covers 1, 2, and 3 John. These epistles represent the singular voice of an extraordinary theologian. John, the last living apostle, writes to his “children.” For decades John has served as the elder father(…)

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