An ordained pastor in The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, the Reverend Robert C. Baker is a graduate of Mercer University, Macon, Georgia (B.B.A. Finance, 1986) and Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri (M.Div. Theology, 1998). He is the author of What Happened To Merry Christmas? and How Do You Start a Fire with Water? and has authored or edited numerous Bible studies and books.
A Blog: Examining bioethics, morality, and culture from a distinctively orthodox Lutheran
I was blessed to work with Pr. Baker during my CPH days in St. Louis. He is wise, scholarly, and most importantly, churchly. With him and Pr. Kinnaman and others, we shared many laughs, great discussions, and thankfully, produced a lot of good stuff for CPH.
Why I didn't think of this before, I don't know, but Pr. Baker's blog is wonderful and insightful. One of my vocations was to be a Hospice Chaplain and it is so important for us to understand ethics and the many scientific issues that intersect with what we confess as Christians.
Here are some of his blog topics: (I added the topic in  )
- The triumph of über-values [ethics, values, and legislation]
- Not eggsactly encouraging [human egg donation and long lasting affects]
- ACLJ secures win for Illinois consciences [pharmacists who won't dispense...]
- Same-sex marriage and Puritans?
- Vieth on Sacramone’s first compassionate conservatives: cavemen [a conservative caveman?]