Articles tagged with: Travis Scholl
The digital edition of the Fall 2015 CONCORDIA JOURNAL, featuring articles by Michael Knippa, Charles Arand, Richard Davenport, and Paul Maier.
By Travis Scholl
[Advent’s historical] character was that of a joyous looking forward to the Parousia. . . . The fact that Christ has come does not quench this hope; it intensifies it. The historical life …
A new retreat experience at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. This year’s theme: “In Awesome Wonder: Experiencing the Arts in Christian Perspective.”
Travis Scholl and Peter Mead will lead the Faith and Writing Workshop, July 28-30, 2015.
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 …
Just in time for your summer reading list, here are the books written by Concordia Seminary faculty (and staff) in the past year.
Travis Scholl, editor of our own Concordia Journal, has recently published a new book that takes us on the winding path of Mark’s Gospel. Travis’ rediscovery of the ancient labyrinth one Lenten season led him to …
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Is it okay for a Christian to be “happy”?
Explore creativity, communication, and faith at this three-day workshop.
What makes a book sacred?