Concordia Journal, Spring 2019

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1 Comment

  1. Eric Zacharias August 2, 2019
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    Thanks for the cover, which is a man overlooking a valley below–and thanks for the great explanation, by Dr Rosin. I thought it was a picture of Walther, but it might as well have been–in his younger years. I love the look of this Spring 2019 issue.

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