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CHIQ v.89 no.3

The Fall 2016 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 89, no.3) arrives fast on the heels of CHIQ v.89, no.2! This issue’s cover title, “The Renewal of the Common Service and its Hymns”, informs the reader that this issue is focused on Lutheran liturgy and hymnody. The Rev. Dr. Paul J. Grime provides…

Faces of the Reformation

Reformation 2016 is now in the rear view mirror, so if you haven’t already started using the Faces of the Reformation now is the time to act! Check our site for the all the Faces that are available to date. Reformation 2017 comes only once, so don’t delay in using these Sunday bulletin inserts, biographical…

The exhibit theme is set! Concordia Historical Institute’s upcoming exhibit for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation has been given the title, “Pressed into Service by the Word of God”. The exhibit is scheduled to open February 18, 2017 (the 471st anniversary of the death of Martin Luther) at CHI’s museum, 804 Seminary Place, St….

The Summer 2016 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 89, no.2), is hot off the press! Rev. Timothy D. Grundmeier starts off the issue with his article, “The Elements of Africa’s Redemption: The beginning of the American Lutheran mission to Liberia”, which deals with Eastern (United States) Lutheran missionary work in Liberia; the…

Please join The Auxiliary of Concordia Historical Institute on October 13, 2016 to hear a discussion of “The Augsburg Confession in Numismatic Art”. The Rev. Dr. Daniel N. Harmelink, the Executive Director of Concordia Historical Institute and the President of the International Association of Reformation Coins and Medals, will be giving a visual presentation of…

  Calling all Walther Leaguers! Concordia Historical Institute is embarking on an organizational history of the Walther League. We are seeking individuals who would be interested in sharing their memories of their Walther League years. If you would be interested in filling out a short questionnaire about your time as a Leaguer, please click here….

  There is only one month remaining to view the Concordia Historical Institute’s extensive museum exhibit “Bringing Christ to the Highlands,” featuring LCMS mission work that began in 1948. The CHI exhibit frames the work of Christ and the Gospel in Papua New Guinea (PNG) with a series of paintings done by missionary Robert Kroenke,…

The Spring 2016 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 89, no.1), is hot off the press! The Rev. Dr. Jack D. Ferguson, a frequent contributor, provides us with his article, “‘Mid Tumult of Her War: The Doctrine of the Church and the Office of the Holy Ministry Following the 1841 Altenburg Debate”; the…

A Guide to Using Archives

The Winter 2015 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 88, no.4), continuing its new expanded format, provides four articles, one of which is a continuation from the previous issue. Missouri District president, the Rev. Dr. R. Lee Hagan, who served as pastor at Biltz’s church – St. Paul Lutheran Church, Concordia, Missouri, provides…

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