Concordia Journal, Spring 2018

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Subscribers to Concordia Journal have free access to Concordia Journal on ATLAS through the subscriber log-in provided on the inside front cover of each issue of Concordia Journal.

Alumni of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, can obtain a free account to ATLAS for Alum, the full-text portion of the ATLAS database, by contacting Donna Church, Concordia Seminary Access Services Librarian, at librarycirc@csl.edu or 314-505-7034. Many other theological school libraries offer similar access to their own alumni.

For more information, to subscribe, or to order individual print copies of Concordia Journal, please contact the editorial office at cj@csl.edu or 314-505-7117.

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