Oswald Bayer Lecture Online: A Public Mystery


Last week, Concordia Seminary hosted Luther scholar Oswald Bayer’s lecture, “A Public Mystery,” co-sponsored by Lutheran Quarterly. The video of Bayer’s lecture is now available.

Leo Sanchez offered a substantial reflection on this lecture, available here.

Enjoy!

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  2. Alvin McKerracher July 20, 2014
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    Very Excellent review of our position in our time in History.

    Thanks Be To God.

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