Faculty Booksigning – Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Concordia Seminary will honor faculty members who have recently written or contributed to published books at a reception co-hosted by Creative Communications for the Parish on Tuesday, May 14, 4:00-6:00pm. The reception is open to the public and will take place in Koburg Hall in the Benidt Seminary Center.
The following faculty have had books published in 2012-2013 academic year:
Preface to Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt, Defense against the False Charge of Rebellion (1525). Translated O. Marc Tanger. Edited by Erik H. Herrmann. In Luther’s Works, volume 59 (CPH), 134-37.
Preface to Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt, Explanation of How Karlstadt Understands His Teaching concerning the Lord’s Supper and Other Teachings, and How He Wants Them to Be Understood, (1525). Translated O. Marc Tanger. Edited by Erik H. Herrmann. In Luther’s Works, volume 59 (CPH), 138-49.
Luther and the Stories of God, Biblical Narratives as a Foundation for Christian Living (Baker) by Robert Kolb
The Lutheran Confessions, History and Theology of the Book of Concord (Fortress) by Robert Kolb with Charles P. Arand and James A. Nestingen
Philip Melanchthon. Theologian in Classroom, Confession, and Controversy (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht) by Robert Kolb with Irene Dingel, Nicole Kuropka, and Timothy J. Wengert
Teaching God’s Children His Teaching (Concordia Seminary Press) by Robert Kolb
Commentary on John, Cyril of Alexandria, vol. 1. (IVP Academic) by David Maxwell
Teología de la santificación. La espiritualidad del cristiano (Editorial Concordia) by Leopoldo Sánchez
Immigrants Among Us: A Lutheran Framework for Addressing Immigration Issues (Also available in Spanish translation: Inmigrantes entre nosotros: Un marco de referencia luterano para tratar los problemas relacionados con la inmigración) Main Drafter. Commission of Theology and Church Relations (CTCR), by Leopoldo Sánchez
1-3 John: Concordia Commentary (Concordia Publishing House) by Bruce Schuchard
“This faculty continues to work tirelessly to provide theological resources for the whole church, as a witness to the world,” commented Dr. Jeffrey Kloha, dean of theological research and publications. “The vigorous life of the mind in service to the Gospel is alive and well, and we are honored to play our part in the conversation.”
Books will be available for purchase at the reception. For more information, contact Theological Research and Publication at 314-505-7117 or [email protected].