Faith, Justice, and Learning
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a theologian, martyr, a spiritual writer, a musician, a pastor, and an author of poetry and fiction. The integrity of his Christian faith and life, and the international appeal of his writings, have received broad recognition and admiration, all of which has led to a consensus that he is one of the theologians of his time whose theological reflections might lead future generations of Christians into creating a new more spiritual and responsible millennium. Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a German theologian famous for his stand against Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party. His beliefs and convictions ultimately cost him his life in a Nazi concentration camp. Dietrich Bonhoeffer was one of the most famous theologians and martyrs of the 20th century. A short video is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrNTVrtXPAU. View a full video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwUWc3YGp5M
Baptism Brochure. “When You Get Asked ‘But Are You Born Again?’” This brochure has been prepared by the ELCA to help you respond when your baptism and even your faith is questioned. The questions and answers will assist you in responding in love to whose who regard your faith as not as genuine as theirs. Download here.
A brief statement of the beliefs of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, "In Mission for Others: A Theology of Mission," is available at
Here I Study, though written for students who are attending Lutheran colleges and universities, touches on how Lutherans view life, the world, education, faith, humility, doubt, God, vocation, corntroversial ideas, diversity, fun, etc.
Colleen Walsh answers some questions about Lutheran theology on the five hundredth anniversary.
What Does It Mean to Be a Lutheran? A brief look at Lutheranism 101.
A Danish site on the key events in Luther’s life, the times, a time-line, his contemporaries, etc.
A listing of the main beliefs from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada:
Project Wittenberg is a site devoted to the works of Martin Luther and related writers.
A look at the importance of grace in the Lutheran tradition with biographical notes on Luther and the evolution of his teachings on grace.
Faith Lens is a weekly Bible study/discussion for youth, linking a current news story and scripture texts. Weekly theme includes questions for discussion, appropriate scripture texts, and a gospel reflection.
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