The proper understanding of the Law of God is essential for a Christian. Unfortunately, there has been much disagreement in American Lutheranism concerning the role of the Law in the Church. Are Lutherans truly “weak on sanctification”? Should there be exhortation in preaching? Do real Lutherans believe in a third use of the Law? What is so bad about antinomianism? What does true Law and Gospel preaching look like?
These debates have troubled the Missouri Synod in recent years. Thankfully, we can look to the Scriptures and also remember how our forefathers in the faith dealt with similar challenges. Over two days, April 12-13, we will learn about and discuss the Law of God at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Collinsville, IL. We’ll look to our past, confront present challenges, and look toward the future confident in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and thankful for all the treasures with which He has blessed us.
This conference is for both laity and pastors. Come join us for good theology, fellowship, and maybe even a little fun.