Acton Institute’s Interview with Uwe Siemon-Netto

Acton Institute’s Interview with Uwe Siemon-Netto


Acton Institute’s Interview with Uwe Siemon-Netto

The most recent volume of the Acton Institute’s journal, Religion & Liberty, features an intriguing interview with Lutheran journalist and theologian, Uwe Siemon-Netto.  Past scholar in residence at Concordia Seminary, Siemon-Netto reflects on history, society, Luther, and the vocation of journalism. Especially interesting are his reflections on the military conflicts from the latter half of the 20th century, gleaned from his ..

Day of Exegetical Reflection 2014: “Listening to God’s Word in the 21st Century”

Day of Exegetical Reflection 2014: “Listening to God’s Word in the 21st Century”


Day of Exegetical Reflection 2014: “Listening to God’s Word in the 21st Century”

Last November (2013) a conference was held at Oberursel in Germany that involved the faculty of the Lutherische Theologische Hochschule of the independent Lutheran church in Germany (with which the LCMS is in fellowship), SELK (Selbstständige Evangelische Lutherische Kirche), and the exegetes from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, supplemented by theologians from elsewhere in the world ..

Pastoral Formation Survey

Pastoral Formation Survey


Pastoral Formation Survey

The faculty of Concordia Seminary is in the midst of an assessment and revision process for the residential Master of Divinity, Alternate Route, and Deaconess Studies curricula, and we’d like to hear from you

Call for Papers

Call for Papers


Call for Papers

The Theological Symposium committee invites proposals for open sectionals during the Theological Symposium, September 23-24, 2014, “Faithful Witness to God’s Story in the World Around Us: Bringing a Unique Perspective to Our Common Human Experiences.”


Proper 8 • Jeremiah 28:5–9 • June 29, 2014


Proper 8 • Jeremiah 28:5–9 • June 29, 2014

By William W. Schumacher On May 13, 1940, Winston Churchill addressed the British parliament as he was about to become prime minister. Hitler’s troops had already invaded Poland, and they had just begun their Blitzkrieg advance into France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. War was crashing upon the world as Churchill stepped into leadership. And unlike so many politicians, Churchill did ..