WELS Documented Blog
It was reported that after the election, John Brenner congratulated his successor and mentioned to him that he had heard some talk about a “change in Bible thought” with the election of a new president. “God forbid it,” said the new president. Naumann may have been young, but he would not be intimidated by those demanding that the synod change its stand on Scripture to accommodate a changing world. He remained steadfast and faithful to the Word. Naumann’s steadfast faith, patience, and endurance would help the synod in his years as president, particularly in the painful break up with Missouri.
|Here is Steve Witte with his Gordon Conwell drive by DMin degree.|
Dr? No academic institution recognizes a DMin as a doctorate.
Old man Brenner had the drop on Naumann.
|What a load of booshwa.|
Kelm is an alien invader, importing the latest idiocies from Fuller Seminary.