End of the Church Year – Beginning of a Season of Reformation at CUWAA?

Praise and thanksgiving to our Lord, the Shepherd of His Church! I have learned that the Concordia University Wisconsin Board of Regents has apparently responded to the pastors and people of the LCMS and its home District by repudiating the Wokeism of the previous administration in no uncertain terms. To be honest, I believe I … Continue reading End of the Church Year – Beginning of a Season of Reformation at CUWAA?

Professors Profess: An Update on CUW

Rev Gregory P Schulz, DMin, PhD LutheranPhilosopher.com What’s the point? Professors profess. To paraphrase a popular online commercial, “If you’re a professor, professing is just what you do!” Professing means speaking up for capital-T Truth — especially when other people are trying to shut you up or cancel you or are denying that there is … Continue reading Professors Profess: An Update on CUW

The Secularization of the Passion

John Warwick MontgomeryPh.D. (Chicago), D.Théol. (Strasbourg), LL.D. (Cardiff, Wales, UK); Professor Emeritus of Law and Humanities, University of Bedfordshire (UK); Pastor Emeritus, LCMS My article on the 2010 Oberammergau Passion Play appeared in my book, Christ As Centre and Circumference There I pointed out that, though a “Passion Play groupie, . . . I shall … Continue reading The Secularization of the Passion

The Authority and Power of Christian Doctrine

Rev. Andrew J. PreusTrinity Ev. Luth. ChurchNew Haven, MO We run into problems when we frame the relationship between the Bible and faith in Christ purely chronologically.  It reminds me of how some treat what is called the "order of salvation" (ordo salutis).  The order of salvation is meant to be a distinction between the various factors of how one … Continue reading The Authority and Power of Christian Doctrine

Dem Dry Bones: Can Academic Freedom Live Again at My Religious University?

Rev. Dr. Gregory Schulz An abbreviated version was published in May 16th The Federalist. --ed. Today’s academic landscape is littered with the dry bones of academic freedom – desiccated and disjointed bones. This is true of the landscape at my own religious university, Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW), from which I have been suspended and put … Continue reading Dem Dry Bones: Can Academic Freedom Live Again at My Religious University?