Articles in The Quad
Jon Diefenthaler examines a word or two from H. Richard Niebuhr during a particularly tumultuous election year.
#TBT: In 1963, “Ossie” Hoffmann, fresh off a visit with Lutheran Christians in Ethiopia, spoke with his signature humor and erudition about missiology and church history.
…and what happens when a seminary professor can’t go number one.
Earlier this week I posted some suggested readings, in advance of the event to held October 15, 2016 at Concordia University, with the assigned topic: “Textual and Literary Judgments on the Biblical Text–What Happens to the …
“What the Church lacks in our day is not a reliable text of the Bible, but faith in the sufficiently reliable text.”
#TBT: In 1965, Hermann Sasse lectured at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, on Luther and the ecumenical creeds.
The digital edition of the Summer 2016 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, featuring articles from Concordia Seminary’s 2016 Multiethnic Symposium by Kou Seying, Mason Okubo, Will Schumacher, and Leo Sanchez.
A new #TBT blog series bringing back to life old media files from the Concordia Seminary archives. First up: hear Martin Scharlemann on “Jesus, Teller of Parables.”
…before he presents at Concordia Seminary’s 2016 Theological Symposium: “From Font to Grave: Catechesis for the Lifelong Disciple” (Sept 20-21).
…before she presents at Concordia Seminary’s 2016 Theological Symposium: “From Font to Grave: Catechesis for the Lifelong Disciple” (Sept 20-21).