1. I am deeply worry about the youth of our Church. I teach college age students and their lack of seriousness about theology (and also how little they know about it!) is disturbing. I think this is true of youth in our own denomination as well. I have no idea how to fix things so that they will take things seriously and know Christian doctrine. I'm frankly baffled.
2. On a side note, I like the graphic apparently taken from a "Law and Order" DVD collection. Luther, Sasse, and Walther I get. Rod Rosenbladt, I don't get. I've heard good things about the guy, but I've never read him. Nonetheless, I suspect that he doesn't rise to the level of the greatest Lutheran theologian of the 16th century (Luther), the greatest Lutheran theologian of the 19th century (Walther) and the greatest Lutheran theologian of the 20th century (Sasse). Just another side note, I'd say that Gerhard was the greatest of the 17th century, to the extent that I've read around that period, so they might have cut and pasted his face. I think a lot of people would agree with me on that. Chemnitz might also have been a good candidate- actually a better one than Gerhard! In any case, I can't think of anyone for the 18th century. It wasn't a really good century for us.
3. You might have chosen a better picture of Walther. The one they choose makes him look like one of the ghost from the Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland. Just saying.