Articles in The Library
In honor of the 200th anniversary of the birth of C. F. W. Walther, founder of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod and first president of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, we reprint here the landmark study of Dr. Walther by one of his brightest students, FRANCIS PIEPER. Part 1 of 2.
In this faculty roundtable, Dr. William Schumacher, Dr. Gerhard Bode, and Dr. Tom Egger discuss LC-MS founder C.F.W. Walther and his impact 200 years after his birth.
Rev. Travis Scholl conducts a roundtable with the authors of the two large articles from the Spring 2011 Concordia Journal, Dr. David Schmitt and Dr. R. Reed Lessing.
Dr. Carol Geisler discusses trends within the emergent church “conversation” and their impact on denominational structures and practices, particularly those found in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
In connection with his article in the Spring 2011 Concordia Journal, Dr. David Schmitt presents a sermon preached in the Concordia Seminary chapel to illustrate the principles discussed in his article.
Rev. Tony Cook talks to Dr. Richard Marrs about the newly-released Seminary Press edition of Walter Koehler’s wonderful book on pastoral counseling: Counseling and Confession: The Role of Confession and Absolution in Pastoral Counseling
David Berger examines the implications of recent controversial decisions regarding the United States military.
This month, Concordia Journal Currents features a Preachers Roundtable on preaching Matthew (from which the Gospel readings for LSB Lectionary Series A are largely taken). This is the second of two parts.
A new edition of Walter Koehler’s classic book COUNSELING AND CONFESSION is out, with new introduction by Rick Marrs. Plus, read here Harold Senkbeil’s new foreword to the book.
In connection with the Winter 2011 CONCORDIA JOURNAL and the Seminary’s partnership with Lutheran World Relief, more writings by past and present Concordia Seminary colleagues on issues of suffering, pain, and catastrophe.