Articles tagged with: Concordia Journal
The digital edition of the Fall 2015 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, featuring articles by Michael Knippa, Charles Arand, Richard Davenport, and Paul Maier.
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis earned three awards from the Associated Church Press (ACP) at its May 1 awards dinner in Toronto, Canada. The ACP presented the awards in recognition of the exceptional content produced for Concordia Journal and Concordia Seminary magazine …
Robert Kolb talks about the new German edition of the Book of Concord.
David Schmitt’s opening plenary at the 2013 Theological Symposium.
Editor’s Note: The Fall issue of the Concordia Journal is now being distributed to our subscribers. This issue is dedicated to various perspectives on ecumenism and church relations, including an essay by the important Luther scholar …
By James W. Voelz
Editor’s note: An abbreviated form of this Homiletical Help appeared in the Spring 2013 Concordia Journal. The full commentary written by Dr. Voelz is provided here.
The book of Colossians has had its authenticity questioned …
Once again, the ACP recognized Concordia Seminary’s theological resources, including the top award for publication website to ConcordiaTheology.org.
In conjunction with the Winter 2013 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, a sermon on Isaiah 57:15.
Revisiting an essay on church and ministry from the systematic theology departments of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, and Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne.
Golden Toad—Wikimedia Sometime ago (actually quite awhile ago), I wrote a post on the meaning of extinction and how the irrevocable loss of those creatures that no longer exist diminishes the richness of life in creation. But their loss also impoverishes us as human creatures. Aldo Leopold recognized the tragedy of this loss to us as he looked back and lamented the passing of the passenger pigeon in the early twentieth century