The newer, better, stronger ConcordiaTheology.org

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Doing their best Steve Jobs impersonation, Jeff Kloha and Travis Scholl announced the new resources available at concordiatheology.org, which were released during the 2011 Theological Symposium, September 20-21, 2011. Highlighting the resources are the new Pulpit section, which features, among other things, Lectionary at Lunch+, an interactive lectionary database that brings together a vast array of preaching helps and resources simply by clicking on a date or searching by biblical text. Also available for the first time from Concordia Seminary is an Advent sermon series, “Savior of the Nations, Come,” written by Reed Lessing, and available at store.csl.edu.

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5 Comments

  1. Steve Miller September 27, 2011
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    This is incredible. Thanks!

  2. pete lange September 27, 2011
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    old theology meets new technology – it’s a beautiful thing

  3. Ryan Alvey September 28, 2011
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    Hey Kloha you forgot to say “boom” in order to perfect your Steve Jobs impression:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8L39UwOS-Y

    Anywho, this looks great! Thanks for the hard work. I have a suggestion regarding the “What’s Happening” section. For those of us who can’t always make it back to the glorious metropolis of St. Louis, could you also provide info on professor speaking engagements throughout the country?

    • Travis Scholl September 30, 2011

      Nice clip. And great suggestion. One of the issues is that professors don’t always let us know when/where they’re traveling. But when they do, we’ll do our best to post it here.

      Boom.

  4. Frank Ruffatto September 29, 2011
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    This is fantastic and might be the only reason I’d move from Android to the apple … phone!

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