As we entered 2022, and I faced the deadline for this article, I found myself struggling with what to write; what topic did I find compelling enough to spend time Read More
Sin, Justification, and Salvation: Critical Theory as Christ-less Christianity Secular Christian Heresy One of the more perplexing questions I received after writing my last article was, “Why do you call Read More
Editor’s Note: The first half of an article by Pr. Brett Jenkins was published as a single post in Lutheran CORE’s September 2020 newsletter. It can be viewed here. The Read More
Editor’s Note: The conclusion of this article will be published in a second post on or about September 18, 2020. Critical Theory—in particular, Critical Race Theory—has recently captured the Church’s Read More
Life Was Not All It Could Be “Well, I do watch a lot of YouTube videos.” The twenty-something young man sitting in my office said it to me with an Read More
On August 25, 2010, at a meeting of Lutheran CORE that would at its close give birth to the separate organization of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC), I wrote Read More
The board of Lutheran CORE would like to thank Brett Jenkins for the time he has served on the board. Brett is an ardent defender of the historic, orthodox Christian Read More
I originally intended my Postmodernism Gone Viral article as a one-off, but the response (both positive and negative) has been so strong that I realized there was a bit more Read More
by Brett Jenkins, member of the board of Lutheran CORE Editor’s note: Originally called “Draft Social Statement on Women and Justice,” the document which was developed by the ELCA Task Read More
Editor’s note: The article below by Pastor Brett Jenkins originally appeared in the July 2018 newsletter. Click here to read this very short and helpful article.
With all respect and appreciation for your firm grounding against what I call an epidemic of fluffy theology and fuzzy…
I believe we should into earlier American models of forming pastors, as well as models from Africa. Is there a…
Mike, my point is, how far is NALC willing to stray from scripture to solve a man-made problem?
Duane, I suspect you know the answer to your question. But even if not, what please is your point?
Is there a Biblical reference to Congregational Chaplain? Is it in the Augsburg Confessions? Book of Concord? Did Luther ever…