We may not always look to the mountains per se, but we continue to lift our wonder-filled eyes to see God and the work being done in our lives and those who surround us. Psalms does just that by inviting us into the community of faith. What more could we want from a book of the Bible? Diane Jacobson, professor emerita of Old Testament, examines her favorite passage.
Reformation Day is approaching. 502 years after Luther is said to have nailed 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg, Germany, ushering in dramatic changes in the church and world, we find ourselves in the midst of another profound shift.
How does spiritual formation happen? What changes in our lives when we grow spiritually? These questions are richly explored in “Becoming Whole and Holy: An Integrative Conversation about Christian Formation,” co-written by Carla M. Dahl, Luther Seminary professor of congregational and community care leadership and the George C. Weinman Chair of Pastoral Theology.
How can you help your sermon stick past the afternoon football game? Here are 10 ways—all inspired by our upcoming Craft of Preaching conference!
Today you can stream an audio Bible to your phone, read various Bible apps, download most Bibles to an e-reader, and choose a print Bible from shelves full of many different translations.
This week, we held our opening convocation for the 2019-20 academic year at Luther Seminary.
This makes 150 years of educating leaders for Christian communities.
The world has changed a lot in the last century and a half. We’ve moved from an agrarian economy to an industrial economy to a service economy. Cultural trends continue to evolve. Technology has advanced at rates unprecedented in human history.