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CPH recently released the second edition of Craig Parton’s The Defense Never Rests, a powerful critique of American Christianity that provides a defense of the pure Gospel. The new edition features sections dealing with the challenges of New Atheism, Bart Ehrman, and the new wave of biblical criticism. The following excerpt is from the book’s introduction.(...)

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The conclusion of our three-part Q & A with Dr. Scott Ashmon, editor of The Idea and Practice of a Christian University, follows below. You can read part 1 here and part 2 here. What prompted you and your colleagues to develop and write this book? This book responds to the need for a full-bodied Lutheran(...)

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In commemoration of St. Peter and St. Paul today, we are posting an excerpt from Michael Middendorf’s commentary on St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans. Romans 1–8 articulates the meaning of the Greek text of Romans in its original context for the benefit of the church and world today. Though a theologically thorough and high(...)

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The presentation of the Augsburg Confession was a decisive moment, one long in coming. It is important to understand the history leading up to the Imperial Meeting at Augsburg [on June 25, 1530]. Nine years earlier, on April 18, 1521, at the Imperial Meeting in Worms, Charles V had listened as Martin Luther refused to(...)

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Last week we posted part 1 of our Q & A with Dr. Scott Ashmon, editor of The Idea and Practice of a Christian University. Read part 2 below! Explain the concept of vocation and its significance to the Lutheran educational system. The doctrine of vocation teaches that every person has multiple callings in life (e.g.,(...)

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