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WELS Web Site
Christ Redeemer is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.

The WELS web site provides a description of the teachings and beliefs of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. The site also has daily devotions; prayers; mission blogs; and a Q&A section, with answers provided by Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary professors.
What About Jesus?
WhatAboutJesus.com enables people to learn the basics of Christianity from the comfort of their own home. The site includes sections such as "Questioning God" which allows visitors to e-mail questions about Christianity to WELS pastors and "Jesus Who" which explores Jesus’ life here on earth and explains the meaning behind Jesus’ teachings.

Visitors can also subscribe at no charge to e-mail devotions, quick-read meditations that provide a comforting message to help people get through the ups and downs of life.


Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
"The purpose of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary is to offer theological training that prepares men to enter the pastoral ministry of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod or of churches within its confessional fellowship . The seminary also endeavors in various ways to offer opportunity for theological and professional growth to called workers who already are serving in the ministry of its confessional fellowship."
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Lutheran Science Institute
"The Lutheran Science Institute publishes various creationist views which are consistent with Scripture. LSI is a provider of creation/evolution resources. Our LSI Journal and LSI Blog authors express their personal opinions in their writings.  LSI simply insures that what is published is in keeping with God's Word and is also scientifically accurate."

“The Lutheran Science Institute exists to provide answers for questions that may be troubling some Christians, especially our young people..."