2015 Theological Symposium Videos

2015 Symposium headerConcordia Seminary, St. Louis, hosted its 26th annual Theological Symposium September 22-23, 2015, on the theme, “In Remembrance of Me: Memory and the Life of Faith.”  The symposium brought together scientists, researchers, and theologians to explore what is being learned about memory and its role in the life of faith, how it fosters community, and what it means for ministry, preaching, and pastoral care.

Below are videos of some of the presentations.

“You Are What You Remember”
Steve Joordens

“The Communal Dimension of Memory Formation and Retention”
Charlotte Linde

“The Gift of Remembrance: The Lord’s Supper in the Pauline Tradition”
Mark Siefrid

“When Memory Fails Us”
Rick Marrs & Jeff Scheer

“Helping People Remember the Sermon Beyond the Parking Lot”
Glenn Nielsen

 

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