The name Walter Maier is not unfamiliar to our listeners. The…
Erasmus Sarcerius offers consolation to the sick.
Erasmus Sarcerius considers the example of the disciples in the relationship between reason and the cross.
A 16th Century Lutheran Pastor writes about pastoral care for the sick.
What God does is always good, and truth is to be preferred to peace if it comes to that choice.
Gregory B. Graybill, The Honeycomb Scroll: Philipp Melanchthon…
St. Patrick, far from being a myth of Irish nationalism, provides an excellent example of bearing a Christian witness even in adverse circumstances.
What I tell you in the dark, say in the light, and what you hear whispered, proclaim on the housetops. And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell.
The Lord sent Emanuel Greenwald to labor mightily in his vineyard, giving us an example worthy of imitation.
A fascinating and beautiful book on German-language Bibles in the New World
Revelation is the last book of the NT, written under persecution and the church's coldness and duress.
Scripture is darkness to those who are perishing and light to those who are being saved.
Revelation is John's work and thus closely linked to his gospel and epistles.
Only heretics and misguided Fathers doubted the apostle John's authorship.
Why has the Spirit given us the Book of Revelation?
Not knowing and understanding your own past is blindness to your present and your future. We explore how the American Lutheran fathers read Scripture to learn more about Scripture and our own heritage of understanding God's Word.