Readers of this site know how theologically vacuous and banal the writings are of many who have held themselves out as experts in the area of missions. Constant are their calls to “accomodate” or even import the world’s culture into the church in hopes of “reaching Jesus’ lost ones” with anything but the voice of the Good Shepherd who laid down His life for the sheep.
It was deeply refreshing, then, to see Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, dedicate a significant number of pages to an extremely thoughtful and thought provoking article entitled, “Engaging Our Culture Faithfully,” in their Fall edition. In this article, Dr. Harold Senkbeil, the executive director for spiritual care for DOXOLOGY: The Lutheran Center for Spiritual Care. . . Read All