Why Lutherans Sing

A few weeks ago, the adult Bible Study that I teach started a new topic:  the historic liturgy used in the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.  We’ll be going through it step-by-step from beginning to end and taking an in-depth look at each part.  It will cover questions like where it came from, how its grounding in Scripture and Lutheran theology, how it points us to Jesus Christ, and why we would be wise to treasure it.

This time, however, we’re trying something new and recording the audio from session.  So if you’re interested in learning more about our order of worship–and indeed the patterns of worship followed by Christians from every tribe, nation, and era for the past 2000 years–you can download it from my church’s website each week.

About Matt

Software engineer by trade; lay theologian by nature; Lutheran by grace.
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One Response to Why Lutherans Sing

  1. I entered the RSS feed into my player and look forward to listening to the sessions.

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