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About Us

Theology, Philosophy, and Culture from a Lutheran Perspective

The Conservative Reformer takes its name from the American Lutheran Theologian Charles Porterfield Krauth's classic book The Conservative Reformation. With Krauth, we believe that effective reform, whether in the church or culture, is always rooted in the wisdom of the past. We contend that the historic Lutheran tradition is equipped to address the problems faced by the world in the twenty-first century.

The Conservative Reformer is a publication of Just and Sinner. Along with this journal, Just and Sinner also provides podcasts, videos, books, and courses.

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Our Staff

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