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Hannah Osborne

Hannah has been writing, editing, and whistling while she works at CPH since 2016. Growing up in the self-proclaimed bagel capital of the world gave her a deep appreciation of carbs, although nowadays you’ll find her experimenting with vegan recipes in the kitchen, running really slowly, or laughing too loudly.

Recent Posts by Hannah Osborne

C. F. W. Walther’s Sermon on Predestination

On Christmas Day, 1881, C. F. W. Walther was invited to preach on predestination at a church in Macoupin County, Illinois. This day also coincided with the church’s anniversary, and Walther took the opportunity to address the intimidating topic in light of Ephesians 1:3–6.

The Final Volume of the Concordia Commentaries on the Book of Matthew

The final volume covering the Gospel of Matthew in the acclaimed Concordia Commentary series is set to release in November 2018. Matthew 21:1–28:20 covers the last third of this book.

First Look at Martin Luther on Holy Baptism

The Lutheran stance on Baptism is somewhat of an anomaly in American Christianity, where Baptist theology is the default.

First Look at Concordia Commentary: 1 Kings 1–11

The next volume in the acclaimed Concordia Commentary series expounds the crucial last years of King David and the reign of his son Solomon.

How to Save on Lutheran Theology Works

As a student of the Word, you need doctrinally reliable and academically credible resources to guide you in your study. Whether you are studying for your own personal faith life, your academic studies, or your professional ministry career, you need writings from trusted authors that are convenient and affordable.

First Look at Pastoral Ministry: Theology and Practice

Pastoral ministry is much different now, in the twenty-first century, than it was a hundred or even fifty years ago.

First Look at Concordia Commentary: 2 Samuel

Following closely on the heels of the commentary on 1 Samuel, the next volume of the Concordia Commentary series will be 2 Samuel.