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The April Issue of Lutheran Witness

April's Lutheran Witness is available in its work of interpreting the contemporary world from a Lutheran Christian perspective.

April's Lutheran Witness is available in its work of interpreting the contemporary world from a Lutheran Christian perspective.

Is Israel the promised land? Is making the sign of the cross too Catholic? If we don’t do more, will the Church die? Is the Lord’s Supper really Christ’s body and blood?

The April issue of The Lutheran Witness answers these questions and many more. They are a handful in a long list of queries that church workers say they commonly hear from parishioners. While some of these topics are difficult to cover in one-page articles, trained theologians and church workers provide answers in print that they hope will serve as a springboard for more extended conversations in real life.

Can you trust every product you find at a Christian bookstore? Is there a way to talk theology online without the discussion imploding? Subscribe to the magazine to learn more about these topics and discover other free online content at witness.lcms.org,or “like” The Lutheran Witness on Facebook.