Prof Insights: Josh Hollmann

Dr. Joshua Hollmann, associate professor of theology at Concordia College New York, Bronxville, invites the public to his online workshop, “Pop Culture and Theology.” The workshop, part of Concordia Seminary’s Prof Insights: Faculty-Led Workshop Series, will be held June 7-9. Registration is $100. The registration deadline is May 24. “This workshop will explore ways to interpret pop culture theologically and how to teach theology through pop culture,” Hollmann says. “This workshop also will address ways to use pop culture as a medium of missional reflection.”

Learn more and register at https://www.csl.edu/event/prof-insights-faculty-led-workshop-2021-professor-hollmann-online/.

The Prof Insights: Faculty-Led Workshop Series offers in-depth study on contemporary topics that influence the practice of ministry and worship. Bringing the Seminary to you, members of Concordia Seminary’s faculty and other scholars are hosting workshops May through August at various locations nationwide and live online. The workshops are for pastors, church workers and laypeople. Formerly known as the Summer Workshop Series, the 2021 workshops cover topics including the Old Testament, Christian witness, Baptism, burial and the early church, among many others.

Learn more about the series at https://www.csl.edu/resources/continuing-education/workshop-series/.

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