Articles by Charles Arand
The FYI for the second day of Concordia Seminary’s 2015 Theological Symposium, “In Remembrance of Me: Memory and the Life of Faith,” September 22-23.
The FYI for the first day of Concordia Seminary’s 2015 Theological Symposium, “In Remembrance of Me: Memory and the Life of Faith,” September 22-23.
…and we are just scratching the surface of what it means for the good of church and ministry.
We stand at a point in time when we are learning incredible new insights into how memory works. The 2015 Theological Symposium, September 22-23, will explore what it all means for church and ministry.
Just in time for your summer reading list, here are the books written by Concordia Seminary faculty (and staff) in the past year.
Thanks to a generous grant to cover travel costs, Charles Arand is now available for workshops on the theology and care of creation, with an opportunity for the host organization to apply for a follow up grant.
On March 12, 2015, Concordia Seminary will host a special Conversation on the Lutheran Confessions.
Starting Tuesday, December 2, Lectionary at Lunch will also be available as a free, real-time video chat at www.csl.edu/live.
What is the difference between saying “Jesus lives” and “Jesus is risen”?
Lutheran youth really care about the environment. What does this mean for the Lutheran church?