Concordia Theological Monthly

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lutheran< babylonian, amenophia, christian

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Bible Study; Lecture; Sermon Prep


In Paragraph VI of the resolutions adopted by the United Lutheran Church at its last convention, at Savannah, Georgia, and claimed to bring that Church into closer relationships with other Lutheran bodies, we find a splendid appeal for a united front against Modernism and unbelief in Christian groups. The indictment against the tendency "to abbreviate or dilute the Christian message in the effort to make it acceptable to the modern age and adapt it to modern thought" is clear and emphatic. We in the Missouri Synod gratefully recognize every resolution or action designed to protest against infidelity in Protestant circles, to help create or deepen the Lutheran consciousness and to promote a consistent Lutheran practice. We earnestly pray for the continuance of this sober spirit.


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Genesis 2:4; Psalm 110:4;

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Laity; Ministers; Scholars