A grant from the LCMS was used to fund a shipment of Jarai-language Bibles to Phnom Penh.
Luther’s translation of the Bible into the vernacular had a profound influence on the Reformation and the German language.
The church needs to condemn all sin, including racism, and articulate God’s love in Christ for all.
The August issue of The Lutheran Witness takes up the question of seeming contradictions in the Bible.
Volunteers at some 160 ministry centers across the United States produce Christian materials in multiple languages for distribution in more than 130 countries.
The Jan. 15–18 Symposia Series presented by Concordia Theological Seminary will discuss “Themes in the Gospel of John” and “The Meaning of Biblical Authority.”
Lutheran Bible Translators is partnering with Mekane Yesus Seminary in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to provide select seminarians with the opportunity to pursue a concentration in biblical languages and Bible translation skills as part of their pastoral preparation.
Lutheran Friends of the Deaf, a Recognized Service Organization of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, is hosting a Bible camp for both deaf and hearing children, Aug. 13–15, in Mill Neck, N.Y.
The exhibit at Concordia University Chicago featuring 35 items from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries opens Oct. 8.
Each page includes extra-wide margins to provide space for handwritten notes, and it’s on sale.
Leaders of the Synod and the North American Lutheran Church meet Sept. 9-10 in St. Louis, continuing discussions that began in late 2011.
The Aug. 9 event features “Decoding the Apocalypse: Study of the Book of Revelation,” led by the seminary’s Rev. Dr. David Peter (pictured).