About Sarah Steiner

At CPH since 2009, Sarah Steiner is a production editor for the professional and academic book team. She works on many academic titles, including coordinating the peer review books, and also helps out with Bible resource projects.

Posts by Sarah Steiner:

A Devotion for Monday of Easter 2

Psalmody: Psalm 146:1–10 Old Testament Reading: Exodus 22:20–23:13 New Testament Reading: Luke 4:16–30 Writing Why, then, did Moses, after the prohibition of any “likeness of anything” (Ex. 20:4) set forth a bronze serpent, placed on a “tree” in a hanging posture, for a spectacle of healing to Israel during the time when, after their idolatry,(…)

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What Others Are Saying about Concordia Commentary: Romans 9-16

In the Book of Romans, Paul conveys the essence of the Christian faith in a universal manner that has been cherished by believers—and challenged by unbelievers—perhaps more so than any other biblical book. In Romans 1–8, Paul discloses the righteousness of God and our life in and through our Lord Jesus Christ. But he is(…)

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St. Patrick, Missionary to Ireland

The saints of the Church, our fellow heirs of eternal life, serve but a humble purpose—to point us to the Saint, the Holy One, our Lord Jesus Christ. In Celebrating the Saints, a new book coming soon from Concordia Publishing House, Rev. William Weedon provides historical sketches and devotional writings in step with the liturgical calendar, revealing the Church’s(…)

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Giving All Glory to God

The newest volume in the Walther’s Works Series, All Glory to God, contains the final, mature systematic theology of C. F. W. Walther, first president of the LCMS. In no other work did Walther set forth his own theology as comprehensively as he did here. The following excerpt of All Glory to God comes from(…)

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What Others Are Saying about “All Glory to God”

Read below what others are saying about the newest volume in the Walther’s Works Series: All Glory to God. C. F. W. Walther deserves more credit than any other man for the restoration of orthodox Lutheran dogmatics, which by the grace of God took place in America during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Unlike his(…)

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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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A Devotion and Prayer for Monday

Exhortation to Evening Prayer on Monday In peace I will both lie down and sleep; for You alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety. Psalm 4:8 Gratitude is a beautiful grace, delightful to both God and people. Accordingly, believing Christians should always consider when the evening arrives that it is God who permitted them(…)

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The Mother of the Reformation

In honor of Katie Luther’s birthday on January 29th, we’ve posted below an excerpt from The Mother of the Reformation: The Amazing Life and Story of Katharine Luther, written by Ernst Kroker and translated by Mark DeGarmeaux. Katie’s Christian Faith When Katie taught her oldest son, little Hans, to fold his little hands in prayer,(…)

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Setting Priorities for a Theology of Mission

As the Church celebrates the conversion of St. Paul today, we also rejoice in the missionary work he did, sharing the Good News of Christ with all whom he encountered. We’ve therefore posted below an excerpt from Klaus Detlev Schulz’s Mission from the Cross about setting priorities for a theology of mission. It can be(…)

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Eating Jesus’ flesh and drinking his blood

In the Gospel of John, the voice of the Word is heard; the Paraclete is speaking. God makes himself known, proffers himself, and so becomes our God. Thus, the Gospel invites us to see and to hear what apart from the Gospel cannot be seen and cannot be heard: the Father of Jesus, who is(…)

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