Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Volume 97 No.2 Summer 2024

Summer 2024 CHI Quarterly

Heh, what about Springfield? That was the question we received after our previous issue on the Walkout. The Summer 2024 issue of Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 97, Number 2) answers that question! It does this with remembrances of the 1974 Concordia Seminary Walkout from seminarians and faculty of Concordia

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Volume 97 No.1 Spring 2024

Spring 2024 CHI Quarterly

Has it been fifty years already? The Spring 2024 issue of Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 97, Number 1) provides reflections on the 1974 Concordia Seminary Walkout from seminarians of the time. It does this through four articles. ARTICLES First of these articles is by the Rev. Terry Weinhold, entitled,

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Vol. 96 no.4

Winter 2023 CHI Quarterly

Just in time for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays! The Winter 2023 issue of Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 96, Number 4) looks at numerous personal perspectives on our Lutheran history. Additionally, it provides our annual Awards of Commendation for 2022 publications, as well as our bibliography of works

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Fall 2023 (Volume 96 No.3)

Fall 2023 CHI Quarterly

How has the Lutheran Church in America reacted to issues which eventually became part of the Constitution of the United States? The Fall 2023 issue of Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 96, Number 3) provides some insight to that question by addressing the issue of women’s suffrage as it was

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Volume 96 Number 2

Summer 2023 CHI Quarterly

When you hear the words “New Orleans” what comes to mind? Jazz, Bourbon Street, Superdome, Beignets, hot and humid weather, Katrina, The Saints, The Rivergate Convention Center? The last one probably wasn’t on the tip of your tongue! The Summer 2023 issue of Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 96, Number

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Volume 96 Number 1

Spring 2023 CHI Quarterly

Don’t know much about the Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference of North America? This issue should help in that regard! The Spring 2023 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 96, no.1) contains four articles related to the Synodical Conference: one from the beginning, one from the middle, and two from today. Three

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Volume 95 Number 4

Winter 2022 CHI Quarterly

How have Lutherans faithfully shared and received the Word of Christ? Read on! The Winter 2022 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 95, no.4) contains two distinct parts: the first provides us with some of what you would have experienced at the 2022 CHI Awards Banquet, the second provides a variety

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Volume 95 Number 3

Fall 2022 CHI Quarterly

How have Lutherans viewed and provided human care in the United States? Read on! The Fall 2022 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 95, no.3) contains four articles to help our understanding of this topic. Each article looks at a different aspect of human care.  Hopefully, after reading this issue, one

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Women in the Refomation Auxiliary of CHI discussion

Women in the Reformation

What were the women of Wittenberg doing while Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in 1517? How did the Lutheran conception of law, gospel, and vocation affect Europe’s mothers, daughters, sisters, and wives? Did the Reformation have a positive or negative impact on

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Historical Reformers Exhibit Catalog

Historical Reformers Exhibit Catalog

Can’t get to the Concordia Historical Institute exhibit on Martin, Katharina, Philipp, and Friedrich? Then the next best thing is to order the NEW historical reformers exhibit catalog! This full-color catalog, totaling 90 pages in length, and edited by the executive director of CHI, Dr. Daniel N. Harmelink, contains not

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