September heralds the start of new beginnings,
such as school and church education programs. The same is certainly
true this month for The Lutheran, starting with our cover story.
“Reading Paul (& Luther) today” by Lutheran scholar Karl P. Donfried is not a late summer beach read. Prepare yourself for some mental stimulation and challenge in what is one of the most serious articles on theological development the magazine has offered in years.
We take a risk of another kind with a “perspective” piece by Tom Ehrich, an Episcopal priest. Heralding “collaboration” as a basic element that makes life work, he lays out a course of nonjudgmental actions likely to disturb some.
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