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Articles tagged with: Jeff Kloha

Book Blurbs: Erik Herrmann on editing Luther (Part 2/2)
September 12, 2016 – 9:06 am | No Comment

Erik Herrmann discusses his new work editing Martin Luther’s “Babylonian Captivity of the Church.”

Book Blurbs: Erik Herrmann on editing Luther (Part 1/2)
September 5, 2016 – 9:00 am | No Comment

Erik Herrmann discusses his new work editing Martin Luther’s “Babylonian Captivity of the Church.”

Meet Professor Kou Seying (Part 2)
June 15, 2016 – 8:40 am | No Comment

Continuing the conversation with Prof. Seying (part 2 of 2).

Meet Professor Kou Seying (Part 1)
June 8, 2016 – 3:36 pm | No Comment

Prof. Seying teaches practical theology and is the associate dean for urban & cross-cultural ministry.

Proper 7 • Luke 8:26–39 • June 19, 2016
June 7, 2016 – 8:58 am | No Comment

By Jeff Kloha
“Why Do You Not Leave Me Alone?”
Narrative Focus
This pericope falls within a series of four of Jesus’s miracles (8:22–56): calming a storm, casting out demons, healing a woman, and raising a …

Meet Professor Mark Rockenbach (Part 2)
May 5, 2016 – 9:16 am | No Comment

Continuing the conversation with Prof. Rockenbach (part 2 of 2).

Meet Professor Mark Rockenbach (Part 1)
April 28, 2016 – 8:12 am | No Comment

Prof. Rockenbach teaches practical theology, specializing in pastoral care and counseling.

Meet Prof. Mark Seifrid (Part 2)
December 16, 2015 – 8:09 am | One Comment

Continuing the conversation with new Concordia Seminary Professor Mark Seifrid.

Meet Prof. Mark Seifrid (Part 1)
December 9, 2015 – 4:08 pm | One Comment

The first in a series of short interviews of new Concordia Seminary professors.

Proper 20 • James 3:13–4:10 • September 20, 2015
September 8, 2015 – 9:00 am | No Comment

By Jeffrey Kloha
James 3 and 4 stand among the harshest condemnations found in the NT. To be called “earthly, unspiritual, demonic” is certainly not the life to which the saints have been called. But it …