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In commemoration of Wilhelm Loehe’s birth on February 21, we’ve posted below an excerpt from his biography, The Life, Work, and Influence of Wilhelm Loehe, 1808–1872, originally written in German by Erika Geiger and translated by Wolf Knappe. A pastor in nineteenth-century Germany, Wilhelm Loehe became a father of confessional Lutheranism in North America and(...)

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To mark the first day of Lent, we’ve posted below an excerpt from Heaven on Earth in which Arthur Just describes the theological accents in the season of Lent. The Time of Easter—The Seasons of Lent and Easter A dramatic shift takes place as the Church Year moves toward the time of Lent and Easter.(...)

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Learn from Luther’s deep faith, clear vision, and keen biblical insight with A Guide to a Year’s Reading in Luther’s Works. Recently made available as a free downloadable, this guide will lead you through an in-depth study of the writings of Martin Luther as found in the American Edition of Luther’s Works. Each daily reading(...)

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Today we commemorate the birth of Philip Melanchthon (born on February 16 in 1497)—author, humanist, reformer, theologian, and educator.  In 1521, Melanchthon published the Loci Communes, of which Martin Luther once said: “Philip Melanchthon’s invincible little book on Loci Theologici in my judgment is worthy not only of immortality but even of the Church’s canon.”(...)

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Who was St. Valentine? A physician and priest living in Rome during the rule of Emperor Claudius, Valentine became one of the noted martyrs of the third century. The commemoration of his death, which occurred in AD 270, became part of the calendar of remembrance in the Early Church of the West. Tradition suggests that(...)

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