Articles tagged with: theology
A new #TBT blog series bringing back to life old media files from the Concordia Seminary archives. First up: hear Martin Scharlemann on “Jesus, Teller of Parables.”
A summer in the lives of Elowsky, Seifrid, Biermann, and Voelz.
Spend time with faculty exploring a variety of topics from small groups to Revelation.
…or is it the best kept secret in American Christianity?
Exploring what memory formation, retention can mean for church, ministry.
“The Madman’s Time Has Come: Theology After the Death of God”
This year’s theme is “Faithful Witness to God’s Story in the World Around Us.” Featured speakers include Charles Arand, Erik Herrmann, Leo Sánchez, Jeff Oschwald, and Will Schumacher.
What is the difference between saying “Jesus lives” and “Jesus is risen”?
The summer 2014 series of workshops for pastors, professional church workers, and interested laypersons, at various locations across the country.
Putting the “New Calvinism,” and its interest in Luther and Lutherans, in context.