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Fruit of the Vine
Perhaps one of the more difficult exegetical questions surrounding Lord’s Supper revolves around the expression “fruit of the vine.” While this expression certainly meant fermented grape wine when celebrated with the ...
Old Testament Exegesis at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
Presented in 1986, Gawrisch offers an overview of the Old Testament exegesis curriculum offered at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary. There are three Old Testament exegesis courses offered. One for each year spent on campus: ...
Systematic Theology at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
Overall the systematics curriculum has not changed much since this paper was written in 1986. WLS accepts the Bible as the inherent word of God and this reflects itself in dogmatics classes as the entire fields of dogmatics ...
The Separation of Church and State
Though both the Church and State are divinely created, their purpose and the means by which they carry out their purpose are completely different. The Christian is a citizen of two kingdoms. He is a citizen of the spiritual ...
Homiletics at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
Our seminary trains men to preach and teach the pure word of God. One of the most visible ways a pastor does this is when he preaches to his congregation. Most importantly, the men of the seminary are taught how to properly ...