Critical reviews (by Lutheran pastors and church musicians) of books and other resources for Christian worship, preaching, and church music from a perspective rooted in Holy Scripture, the Lutheran Confessions and good common sense. LHP Quarterly Book Review asks, "Is it worth the money to buy, the time to read, the shelf space to store, and the effort to teach?"
FW: Theological Dialogue with Other Christian Church Bodies
Feed: Witness, Mercy, Life Together. Posted on: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 5:23 AM Author: Al Collver Subject: Theological Dialogue with Other Christian Church Bodies
In light of the third installment of dialogue between the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), October 27–28, which focuses on "Contemporary Issues Facing the Church in North America," it is good to consider the new document produced by CTCR staff titled, "Theological Dialogue with Other Christian Church Bodies." The document explores why it is good to engage in theological discussion with other church bodies, even if immediate fellowship is not foreseen. President Harrison requested the CTCR staff to study whether it is permissible and beneficial for the LCMS to engage in such discussions with other Christians. The result is the document below.
– Rev. Albert B. Collver, Director of Church Relations