Q&A

Q&A with Dr. Alvin J. Schmidt, Author of Hallmarks of Lutheran Identity

Q&A with Dr. Alvin J. Schmidt, Author of <i>Hallmarks of Lutheran Identity</i>

Since the time Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the church door in Wittenberg, Lutheran theology has survived centuries of political, religious, and societal pressures that challenged its foundational teachings. But this question remains: Do Lutherans today understand their theological heritage well enough to maintain and defend their unique beliefs when outside pressures dismiss them(…)

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Q&A with Dr. Andrew Steinmann, Author of Concordia Commentary: 1 Samuel

Q&A with Dr. Andrew Steinmann, Author of <i>Concordia Commentary: 1 Samuel</i>

We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the thirty-first volume in the Concordia Commentary series, 1 Samuel, written by Dr. Andrew Steinmann. In addition to being a prolific author (this is his fourth commentary in the series and only one of many other books he has written), Dr. Steinmann is also the Distinguished Professor of Theology(…)

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Q&A with Michael Lockwood, author of The Unholy Trinity

Q&A with Michael Lockwood, author of <i>The Unholy Trinity</i>

In the newest release from Concordia Publishing House, The Unholy Trinity: Martin Luther against the Idol of Me, Myself, and I, Rev. Dr. Michael Lockwood draws upon Martin Luther’s key insights on the theology of idolatry in order to unmask contemporary idol worship and its futility. Read the following Q&A with Dr. Lockwood to find out(…)

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Q&A with Timothy Schmeling, editor of Lives and Writings of the Great Fathers of the Lutheran Church

Q&A with Timothy Schmeling, editor of <i>Lives and Writings of the Great Fathers of the Lutheran Church</i>

The wisdom and biblical teachings of the early Lutheran Church have been locked away in German and Latin for centuries. But coming soon from Concordia Publishing House, Lives and Writings of the Great Fathers of the Lutheran Church provides a key to this treasure chest by introducing the chief confessional Lutheran theologians from the era(…)

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Q&A with Rev. Dr. Matthew Rueger, author of Sexual Morality in a Christless World

Q&A with Rev. Dr. Matthew Rueger, author of <i>Sexual Morality in a Christless World</i>

Matthew Rueger offers an honest and refreshing apologetic to the issue of sexual morality in his book, Sexual Morality in a Christless World. As we live in a culture that seems to be ever increasing its hostility toward Christianity, Dr. Rueger gently reminds us that there is nothing new under the sun. Throughout his book,(…)

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Q&A with Dr. David Rueter, author of Teaching the Faith at Home

Q&A with Dr. David Rueter, author of Teaching the Faith at Home

CPH recently released Teaching the Faith at Home: What Does This Mean? How Is This Done? by Dr. David Rueter, director of the DCE program at Concordia University Irvine and the Youth and Family Ministry Facilitator for the Pacific Northwest District of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. In his new book, Dr. Rueter passionately challenges the status quo of confirmation practices and(…)

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An Interview with Dr. William Weinrich, author of Concordia Commentary: John 1:1–7:1

An Interview with Dr. William Weinrich, author of Concordia Commentary: John 1:1–7:1

Dr. William Weinrich, professor of Early Church History and Patristic Studies at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN, is the author of the newly released Concordia Commentary on John 1:1–7:1. Shortly before his commentary was published, we interviewed Dr. Weinrich to find out a little more about himself, his ministry, and his work in writing the commentary. Recently, however, we(…)

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An Interview with Dr. R. Reed Lessing, author of Concordia Commentary: Isaiah 56–66

An Interview with Dr. R. Reed Lessing, author of Concordia Commentary: Isaiah 56–66

Dr. Reed Lessing is a veteran author for Concordia Publishing House. His latest book is Isaiah 56–66, the twenty-seventh volume in the Concordia Commentary series. We interviewed Dr. Lessing to find out more about him, his commentary, and its contribution to the church.  Tell me about yourself. I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, and have enjoyed(…)

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An Interview with Dr. James Voelz, author of Fundamental Greek Grammar

An Interview with Dr. James Voelz, author of Fundamental Greek Grammar

Last week CPH was proud to release the newest edition of Dr. James Voelz’s Fundamental Greek Grammar. In anticipation of the book’s release, we interviewed Dr. Voelz about his work on the book: The first edition of Fundamental Greek Grammar was released in 1986. What made you first decide to write a Greek grammar book? The same(…)

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