Articles tagged with: Concordia Seminary
Earlier this spring, a group of Concordia Seminary students had the opportunity to meet with Garrison Keillor, when he recorded “A Prairie Home Companion” in St. Louis. Students Ashley Effken and Sol Grosskopf file this report.
Stop Explaining, Start Proclaiming
The problem of God’s justice in Love Wins
A more appropriate title might have been Hell is Hyperbole: What God wants, God gets.
A Christian Father’s Sincere Love, and a Deeply-Flawed Understanding of Salvation.
May 21 has come and gone, we’re all still here. But “the end times” and what will happen to us when either the or our end comes is still on the minds of many. Two …
Two CSL students recently had essays recognized and published. The online journal Let’s Talk states their goal as follows:
The mission of this journal is to encourage theological reflection, writing and dialogue on issues vital to …
A couple weeks ago Dr. Erik Herrmann discussed the singing of the passion narrative. He and seminarian Dallas Dubke sang Matthew’s narrative in chapel this past Monday. Even as you worship with the Body of …
Dr. Thomas Troeger will be the featured speaker at the 9th annual Day of Homiletical Reflection – Wednesday, May 11, 2011.
Concordia Historical Institute, in cooperation with Concordia Seminary, will host a special exhibit on Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, April 26-May 20, 2011, at CHI museum on the Seminary campus. The exhibit opens with a special event, including lectures by Bob Kolb and Gerhard Bode, on April 26, at 3:45pm.