Videos from the 2017 Theological Symposium

The 28th Annual Theological Symposium at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, marked the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with the theme, “The Just Shall Live by Faith: The Reformation Word for Life Then and Now.”

Registration is now open for the 29th Annual Theological Symposium (Sept. 18-19, 2018), with the theme “The Cross Alone Is Our Theology!”

“Christ and Justification in Romans”
Mark Seifrid

“Justification in the Early Church”
David Maxwell

“The Creedal Logic of Justification”
Erik Herrmann

“Luther on Justification: Relevant or Irrelevant?”
Mark Mattes

“Divine and Human Commands in the Church”
Paul Robinson

“Law, Gospel and Guns N’ Roses: How the English Reformation Is Still Speaking Today”
John Koch

“Where the Word is, There is the Church: Luther and the Ministry of the Word”
Gerhard Bode

“Vocation and the Priesthood of All Believers”
Jeff Cloeter

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3 Comments

  1. Craig Meissner August 8, 2018
    Reply

    Hello,
    I was wondering if these essays, especially Mark Mattes’, will be printed in CJ or elsewhere. Thank you.

    • Travis Scholl August 9, 2018

      Funny you should ask, Craig! As we speak, we are preparing the essays of Seifrid, Maxwell, Herrmann, and Mattes for the Summer CJ, which should go to print next week.

  2. Craig Meissner August 9, 2018
    Reply

    Thanks! Lookin’ forward to it.

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