Church And State

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An Evaluation of the Moral Majority in the Light of Scriptures
An Exegesis of Romans 13:1-7
Augsburg Confession Article XVI: Civil Affairs
Authority in the Church: Biblical Principles of Church and Ministry Which Apply to Ecclesiastical Polity
Can a Christian Support Immoral Legislation?
Christian Citizenship and Civic Responsibility
Church-state Relationship: Particularly as It Applies to the Field of Education
Exegesis of 1 Peter 2:11-25
Is There a Relationship Between Confessional Lutheranism and Political Conservatism?
Luther and the State
Lutheranism and the Religious Right
Mark Neumann: Serving His Savior and His State
Our Bicentennial Prayer and Goal: A Nation under God
Pastor Paul C. Neipp of Ridgcrest, California: A Conservative Lutheran Takes on Communism
Political Activism and the Christian’s Responsibility
Scriptural Principles as They Apply to Laws Governing the Schools of our Synod
The Anabaptist Society of Believers and Calvin's Christian Commonwealth
The Brookfield Controversy
The Calvinist Streak in the American People
The Doctrine of the Two Kingdoms (The Scriptural Distinction between Church and State)
The Duality of the Christian
The Function of the Church and State Regarding Moral Issues
The Lutheran Church in the American Revolution
The Lutheran Doctrine of the Two Kingdoms
The Lutheran Doctrine of the Two Kingdoms and Its Significance for the American Bicentennial
The Military Chaplaincy
The Principle of the Separation of Church and State Applied to Our Times
The Relationship of Government to the Institutional Church
The Relationship of the Individual Christian Toward His Government
The Separation of Church and State
The Separation of Church and State as it Relates to our Christian Schools
Theses on Church and State
Trouble in the Kingdom: Church and State in the Fourth Century
Wisconsin Synod: Right or Wrong in Handling the Bennett Law?