Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod
Lutheran Resources
Magazines, Blogs and Online Publications
Origin Science
Other Resources

Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod

The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod
The official site of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod.

The Christian Cyclopedia
The Christian Cyclopedia is a one-volume compendium of historical and theological data, ranging from ancient figures to contemporary events.

Concordia Seminary Library – Ft. Wayne, Indiana

including a vast collection of theological articles, videos, sermons, etc., available online through Media Resources

Concordia Seminary Library – St. Louis, Missouri

Concordia Publishing House

Lutheran Resources

Bibliothèque en-ligne d’oeuvres de théologie luthériennes
(French language site)

Concordia Lutheran Mission Society
The CLMS is a Listed Service Organization of Lutheran Church – Canada. It supports everything from evangelistic outreach, to educational support, to social ministry needs.

An archive of Rev. Paul McCain’s issues-oriented blog (2005-2014)

Luther for the Busy Man
Your Daily Dose of Luther

Issues etc.
An LCMS radio ministry which focuses on Christian apologetics.

The John Warwick Montgomery Website
The website of John Warwick Montgomery, internationally renown theologian, lawyer, and Christian apologist. Dr. Montgomery is the author of more than 50 books and regularly pleads religious freedom cases before the European Court of Human Rights.

Most of this excellent resource site is in German, but there are several English-language sections.

Lutheran Visuals
Multi-media products with a Lutheran Perspective.

O Come, Let Us Worship
A study in Lutheran Liturgy and Hymnody.

Project Wittenberg
Project Wittenberg maintains an online index of selecting writings from Martin Luther and other Lutherans.

Sermons by Martin Luther
A collection of over 100 of Martin Luther’s sermons.

Magazines, Blogs, and Online Publications

These are a relevant collection of Lutheran and non-Lutheran periodicals that may interest you.

Around the Word: Theology for the Curious Christian
Various columns, devotions, and Bible studies

The Federalist
News and commentary from an organization with a number of Lutheran writers

First Things
The Journal of Religion and Public Life

A Quarterly Journal of the Evangelical-Lutheran Liturgy

Higher Things
Higher Things seeks to serve the Lutheran Church by assisting congregations in the Christian training of youth through instruction in the Lutheran faith, and by promoting Lutheran identity through the same.

Logia is a journal of Lutheran theology. As such LOGIA publishes articles on exegetical, historical, systematic, and liturgical theology that promote the orthodox theology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.

A Journal of Mere Christianity

WORLD Magazine
WORLD magazine combines reporting with practical commentary on current events and issues from a perspective committed to the Bible as the inerrant Word of God.

Origin Science

Please note that the sites listed in this section are endorsed by the Cranach Institute, but are not specifically Lutheran in their theology.

Access Research Network
Access Research Network is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing accessible information on science, technology and society. We focus on such controversial topics as genetic engineering, euthanasia, computer technology, environmental issues, creation/evolution, fetal tissue research, AIDS, and so on. Through our publications and product offers, we give you the infomation you need to orient yourself in today’s scientific and technological world and make informed decisions.

Answers in Genesis
Answers in Genesis is an ‘apologetics’ (defending the Christian faith) ministry. Because Genesis is the most-attacked book of the Bible, AiG, as a specialist ministry, defends the historicity of the Book of Beginnings most of all. It is AiG’s goal to equip Christians to give a credible defense of Genesis, and to show that the Bible is the correct foundation for thinking about – and interpreting – every aspect of reality

Creation Research Society
The Creation Research Society is a professional organization of trained scientists and interested laypersons who are firmly committed to scientific special creation. The Society was organized in 1963 by a committee of ten like-minded scientists, and has grown into an organization with worldwide membership.

Institute for Creation Research
The Institute for Creation Research (ICR) is a Christ focused Creation ministry where science and the Bible are fully integrated

The Lutheran Science Institute
The Lutheran Science Institute (LSI) is a producer and distributor of creation apologetic materials

Other Resources
Information concerning Lucas Cranach in German.

Discovery Institute
The Discovery Institute’s mission is to make a positive vision of the future practical. The Institute discovers and promotes ideas in the common sense tradition of representative government, the free market and individual liberty.

Guide to Early Church Documents
Contains links to Internet-accessible files relating to the early church, including canonical documents, creeds, the writings of the Apostolic Fathers and other historical texts relevant to church history.

International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights
The Institute sponsors an annual summer study session in Strasbourg, France. A number of highly qualified and distinguished Professors in Residence offer a variety of lecture and seminar programs (which are taught in English). Past lectureships have included the following: The Apologetic Task Today; Philosophical Apologetics; Scientific Apologetics; and Historical Apologetics.

Symbols in Christian Art & Architecture

Worldview Academy
Worldview Academy is a non-denominational ministry committed to training students to think and live in accord with the Christian worldview. They train students and adults in worldviews, servant leadership, and apologetics.

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