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Hausvater: /HAUS-fah-ter/
noun (German)
1. Housefather.
2. Spiritually responsible head of household, including the housefather as assisted by the housemother.
>> Example: "As the Hausvater should teach it [Christian doctrine] to the entire family ..."
(Martin Luther, Small Catechism, 1529)

Religious Liberty

Title Published Date
Lutherans, Political Resistance and the 1550 Magdeburg Confession July 2020
COVID-19 Lockdown Keeping You from Attending Church? April 2020
Reflections, and Resources, for Christians Who Can’t Go to Church during the COVID-19 Lockdown March 2020
Reflections on the End of Civil Government July 2019
Church and State: Common Sources, Distinct Powers, Separate Jurisdictions, Overlapping Subjects July 2017
Christian Education Symposium (Wasilla, Alaska, July 1, 2017) April 2017
Contending for the Faith: San Antonio Biblical Worldview Conference November 2016
The Magdeburg Interpretation of Romans 13: A Lutheran Justification for Political Resistance July 2016
Persecution Lesson Plan July 2016
Spiritual Boot Camp for Christian Manhood: Equipping Men for Godly Vocations in the Family, Church, and Society August 2014
The Legal Issues Surrounding Proposition 8 February 2012
Miracle on First Street: Hosanna Ruling Recognizes Broad Protection for Religious Groups January 2012
Amicus Brief for Perry v Schwarzenneger September 2010
Indoctrinated against Human Nature: A Student Reveals the Homosexual Bias in Psychology Graduate Schools September 2010
Christians Need Not Apply: The New Gatekeepers of Graduate Schools September 2010
Public Discourse: Ethics, Law, and the Common Good June 2009
Ruth Institute June 2009
Minnesota Family Council June 2009
Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society May 2009
Marriage Law Foundation May 2009

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