Articles tagged with: Robert Kolb
Just in time for your summer reading list, here are the books written by Concordia Seminary faculty (and staff) in the past year.
Robert Kolb remembers the life of renowned Swedish church historian Bengt Hägglund.
Robert Kolb talks about the new German edition of the Book of Concord.
By Robert Kolb
Sometimes it seems as if our lives have wandered into one of the survival shows on television and we are about to be eliminated, or at least have questions about lasting longer than a few …
The digital edition of the Winter 2015 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, featuring articles by David Maxwell, Charles Arand, Robert Kolb, and Joel Okamoto on the topic of confessionalism.
Robert Kolb discusses one of Luther’s significant, but little known, students: Simon Musaeus.
Tuomo Mannermaa (September 29,1937-January 19, 2015), professor emeritus of ecumenical Theology at the University of Helsinki and internationally recognized Luther scholar, died this past week at age 77. Born in Oulu, Finland, he studied at …
On March 12, 2015, Concordia Seminary will host a special Conversation on the Lutheran Confessions.
Oxford University Press has published (April 2014) The Oxford Handbook of Martin Luther’s Theology, in its series of “Handbooks” to aid study of a wide variety of subjects. Editors of this Handbook include Irene Dingel, …
By Robert Kolb
The final verse of the pericope governs our use of it and its context in chapter 42. The Lord takes pleasure (חפצ)—he gets a kick out of—placing his instruction, the script of the conversation …