Four hundred were blessed to attend the 2023 Theological Symposium “Living By Hope in a Secular Age: Church & Society.” The three plenary sessions, the panel discussion of the three plenary speakers, and twenty-four sectional presentations are now available online free of charge. Whether you were in attendance and want to view a sectional that ..
“Tangible: Theology Learned and Lived” a new podcast featuring the faculty of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will debut Friday, Sept. 15. The podcast aims to encourage and challenge listeners to deepen their theology and live out their faith in Christ
The Theological Symposium committee invites proposals for open sectionals for the 33rd Annual Theological Symposium, September 19-20, 2023, at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. The title this year is “Church and Society: Living by Hope in a Secular Age.”
2023 Multiethnic Symposium Registration is open! “Hope for the Church, Hope for the Future: 1.5 and 2.0 Generation Immigrants,” is set for May 2-3 on the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
The Exegetical Elephant in the Room? The upcoming 32nd Annual Theological Symposium, “Search the Scriptures: Finding Christ and Ourselves in the History of Exegesis,” will compare and contrast the ancient and modern exegetical methods and approaches to reading and interpreting the Scriptures. The symposium is set for Sept. 20-21, 2022, on the Concordia Seminary campus. ..
The familiar words of the Patriarch Joseph, “As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good” (Genesis 50:20 ESV) capture something of the uniqueness of Luke’s account of Jesus’s suffering, death, and resurrection. Enemies, faithless disciples, hapless crowds, pragmatic powerbrokers, and Satan himself are all arrayed against the perfectly innocent ..
Kent Burreson’s latest thoughts on faith formation, the adult catechumenate, and congregational education
She was interviewed to discuss how a growing number of Christians are embracing natural burial practices