Among the various traumatic events that LCC endured during the Bugbee administration was when Concordia University-Edmonton first removed any mention of faith from its mission statement and then completely severed its ties to LCC. As then-University President Gerald Krispin explained: “It’s all about inclusion. That’s the big issue. And we want to be an inclusive university.”... Continue Reading →
Ecclesiastical Supervision in the LCMS
I've written a fair bit about LCC's various issues - however it's not the only church with problems decisively dealing with unresolved issues. LCC's parent Synod - the LCMS - has a history littered with examples of issues and controversies that were allowed to fester and grow before being dealt with. The pattern I've seen... Continue Reading →
Do You Suppose They Knew?
Concordia Lutheran Seminary recently posted the following FB ad: I wonder if they knew about Pr Johannes Nieminen's recent post? Do you think they'd have posted this ad if they did know? Inquiring minds want to know!