Concordia Seminary Professor Emeritus James Brauer provides a comprehensive study of how Luther used tunes in Reformation hymnody
Keeping up with your languages doesn’t have to be tedious. Many regular readers of ConcordiaTheology.org already know and use tools for maintaining the edge on their biblical Greek and Hebrew (and if you don’t, just click over to The Lectionary at Lunch and subscribe to the podcast). But what about your German? Well, let me ..
Tullian Tchividjian will speak at 7:00pm CST on March 19, 2015, in Werner Auditorium at Concordia Seminary. Free and open to the public. Available online via live stream
Robert Kolb discusses one of Luther’s significant, but little known, students: Simon Musaeus
As part of its efforts to commemorate the upcoming 500th anniversary of the Reformation (2017), Concordia Seminary has launched “Reformation500”–a website dedicated to providing reflection and resources on this “Copernican revolution” of church history. The website features an interactive timeline, biographies, upcoming events, and a variety of perspectives on the ongoing significance of the Reformation. ..
Jared Wicks will lecture on “A Catholic Appreciation of Martin Luther for Theology and Life” on April 25, 2013
Hot off the press…Bob Kolb discusses his latest book, “Luther and the Stories of God,” with Erik Herrmann
Oswald Bayer, world-renowned scholar of Luther and his theology, will deliver a lecture at Concordia Seminary on March 21. Many of you will be familiar with Bayer through his writings Living by Faith: Justification and Sanctification (2003), Theology the Lutheran Way (2007), and Martin Luther’s Theology: A Contemporary Interpretation (2008). The theme of his lecture, “A Public ..