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2 Comments

  1. Alan Flynn July 12, 2016
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    I have high respect for Concordia Seminary and everything it does. I am grateful to have been trained there and value my connection with the Seminary very highly. I wish the Seminary would PUBLISH THE RESULTS OF POLLS AND SURVEYS.
    That would demonstrate RESPECT for me, my opinion, and the time and thought I devoted to completing the survey.

    • Travis Scholl July 12, 2016

      Good idea, Alan. And good to hear from you. We’ll do our best to present the results once we have compiled them in a post here on concordiatheology.org. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods.

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