"True Science" a Bad Apologetic Rejected in the WELS
a research paper presented to the LSI Board on March 13, 2013. This research paper lead to the April 2014 LSI JOURNAL publication of several papers including an introductory article, "Two Apologetics - with Opposing views of Science are Taught in the WELS"
Two Towers - The Relationship Between Science and the Bible
Minnesota District Pastoral Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota April 20, 1982
Professor Sponholz taught science at MLC until his retirement in 2011. He received the Antarctic Service medal from President Lyndon Johnson in 1967. He was Chief Meteorologist at Plateau Station in Antarctica, and represented the U.S. on a Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition. Sponholz Peak was named in June 1969, by the United States Board on Geographic Names, in honor of his discovery of inversion Winds.
The Confessional Lutheran Perspective on the Young Earth vs. Old Earth Debate
by Timothy Blank, president of St. Stephen Lutheran Church (CLC) in Hayward, CA.
from a November 24, 2010 seminar
Views expressed on this website, especially those from sources other than LSI, are not necessarily the views of LSI. In addition, LSI is a WELS group. There is theological variance between the WELS and some of the Confessional Lutheran church bodies represented in essays on this page.
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