This is a round-table discussion from Princeton University, about the future of the Republican party.
Which is not my point. I'm not political, and don't fret a lot about the future of various parties. However, I think that a discussion of this nature about the future of the LCMS would be a prudent and good thing to have. Contra Gerald Kieschnick, there are huge divisions in the LCMS, and in a real sense, these are denominational groups under the umbrella of the synodical structure. How the future of the LCMS should be approached is worth talking about. Kieschnick is being silly when he pretends there are no divisions; refusing to talk about the very obvious, public divisions only means that any future schisms will be worse.