Another Resource

Having a pastor for a source of theological musings, challenges, and perspectives is a good thing.  Lots of time and effort and training goes into the preparation of pastors in the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod.  Some folks might be inclined to think that some of that is overkill, but it’s there all the same, and it ought to be passed on to the people that pastors, DCEs, deacons and deaconesses and all the other flavors of professionally trained church workers serve.

If you’re interested in seeing the theological musings, challenges, and perspectives of the people who educate and form pastors at Seminary, you might be interested in this web site: Concordia Theology.  I was perusing this site the other day, having previously forgotten it existed (or perhaps it hasn’t existed all that long…yeah, that’s the ticket!).  There are some interesting blog-style essays, some longer and some shorter, on a variety of topics both theological and, well, not-so-theological.  This is my alma mater, and it’s fun for me to read what some of my former professors have to say about various things.  
And perusing this site might help you to be a source for your pastor of theological musings, challenges, and perspectives – and that’s a very good thing as well!

2 Responses to “Another Resource”

  1. JP Says:

    Wow. It had been a few weeks since I had been on this. They completely updated the look. Much better now methinks.

  2. Paul Nelson Says:

    My first visit there (shhhhhh)…but I think it looks great.  Let’s hope they keep up on it better (timely additions, updates, interactions) than most of the other synodical-related sites.

    On a separate note – I really like the Vietnam blog that your group has started.  I’ve enjoyed seeing the updates there, and think it’s an *awesome* way to give others an idea of what it’s like to volunteer for short-term mission work there.  When is ‘winter’ in Hanoi?  Might be a nice time to visit

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