ICYMI: Burreson and Schuler on Worship and Formation

On the “Theology in Motion” podcast hosted by Steve Zank (Concordia University, Irvine), Kent Burreson (Concordia Seminary, St. Louis) and Rhoda Schuler (Concordia University, St. Paul) explore their research project involving worship and the catechumanate: 1. the implications of baptism for the local community of faith, 2. the integration of worship and discipleship, 3. the ways in which rituals form us, and 4. the four stages of discipleship.

They will also be leading an online Prof Insights summer workshop on the same topic, Aug. 3–5, 2021:
https://www.csl.edu/event/prof-insights-faculty-led-workshop-2021-professors-burreson-and-schuler-online/

Drs. Burreson and Schuler on a Podcast! So Hip!

https://www.forminglutherans.org/2021/02/23/drs-burreson-and-schuler-on-a-podcast-so-hip/

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