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Worship God-A Look at Worship Music (5/1/2005)
  As several Christian music artists release "worship records" alongside their regular albums, we are led to ask, "What on earth is the difference?" Rev. Jeff Kunze provides some clarification in this article.
God in Culture (10/1/2004)
  Many of the issues that confront the church today—and young Christians in particular—have to do with the relationship between Christianity and culture. Christian young people struggling with cultural issues will find the doctrine of the Two Kingdoms both liberating and challenging. It will also amaze them with the practical wisdom of the Lutheran confessions and make them appreciate that they are Lutherans.
Speaking the Truth in Love (11/5/2008)
  "Getting along" with the world is not a mandate from God's Word to His people.... Speaking the truth in love is.
Vintage Christianity 4 (7/2/2007)
  Continue to explore the concept of the emerging church from a Lutheran view. This month, encounter what success "means" for the church and where we may need to redefine our understanding of "the three Bs".
Vintage Christianity 5 (8/31/2007)
  The Emerging Church loves mystery. Who doesn't, right? Well, they really love mystery! They love the excitement of the unknown; the thrill of finding the hidden treasure. They love the great find of the valuable pearl; and the enormous growth of the tiny mustard seed. They love going where no one else is going to find God’s kingdom. The Emerging Church loves to live out the simple mystery of Jesus’ parables.
Vintage Christianity 1 (3/15/2007)
  Church getting a bit drab? This article disscusses ways the "emerging church" plans to spice things up.
Vintage Christianity 2 (4/26/2007)
  In the second installment of Matthew Blackford's Vintage Christianity Column, he points to the emerging church within the LCMS and their need to have "ownership in the adventure, not just a church building."
Vintage Christianity 3 (5/29/2007)
  In this third installment of our Vintage Column, seminarian Blackford suggests that the Emergent Church has always been part of the Christian Church movement as we "break away" from the world.
He Eats with Sinners (11/5/2008)
  Following Christ's example of loving the world.

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