I received today the newest volume of LOGIA. (LOGIA is a confessional journal of Lutheran theology). I have been a subscriber to the journal since it debuted in the early 1990s. The Epiphany 2011 volume is entitled "Lutheranism in Europe". A while ago (six months to a year ... has it been that long?) I submitted two translations to the journal for this issue. I was happy to see both of them printed in the LOGIA Forum section. The translations are "The Hour of the SELK" and "A Sermon on the Holy Trinity". These translations were a work of joy as I wanted to expose a wider audience to the richness and theology of the SELK (Independent Evangelical-Lutheran Church) in Germany.
"The Hour of the SELK" is a brief article about the future blessing the SELK can have in Germany and the Church global. "A Sermon on the Holy Trinity" is a sermon preached by my friend Armin Wenz who is a pastor in Oberursel, Germany. He is an excellent preacher.
If you like, you can read the translations (and the entire volume) by visiting LOGIA. You will have to download the electronic version of the volume for $6. This is a great price for a great journal, and the Epiphany 2011 volume is an exceptionally good volume.