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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CHI Executive Director Rev. Dr. Daniel Harmelink mocks up one display cube for the upcoming exhibit “Luther Medals and Reformation Coins: Michigan Connections and Collectors.”

Upcoming Museum Exhibit on Collecting Reformation Coins and Medals

Upcoming Museum Exhibit on Collecting Reformation Coins and Medals PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 17, 2024 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. Concordia Historical Institute (CHI) houses the most extensive institutional collection of Reformation coins and medals outside of Germany. For 175 years, Missouri Synod Lutherans have collected these Reformation pieces as

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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 remembers Walkout 50 years later

Concordia Historical Institute remembers the Concordia Seminary St. Louis Walkout 50 years later ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI—February 19, 2024 will mark 50 years since the majority of the faculty and students at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis left campus in a dramatic event that is now known in Lutheran circles simply

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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 Recognizes Historians across the Country

2023 CHI Awards Banquet honors historians of North American Lutheranism PRESS RELEASE—CLAYTON, MISSOURI On November 2, 2023, Concordia Historical Institute (CHI) hosted its 50th annual Awards Banquet and annual members meeting. Every year, the CHI awards banquet honors scholars from across the nation—even, in some years, across the globe—who are

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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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Book cover of Rediscovering the Issues Surrounding the 1974 Concordia Seminary Walkout, featuring a photo from the Walkout: the doors underneath Luther Tower are boarded up, with "EXILED" written across them in white paint.

REDISCOVERING THE ISSUES: Pre-Order Seminex Bible Study!

PRESS RELEASE—Saint Louis, Missouri Concordia Historical Institute’s latest publication, Rediscovering the Issues Surrounding the 1974 Concordia Seminary Walk Out is now available for pre-order at Concordia Publishing House and Amazon. Designed for use by individuals or groups, each of the eleven chapters in this work outline specific doctrinal issues and controversies that

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Those of you subscribed to Today in History or This Week in History may have noticed it was absent from your inbox this week. We are currently changing our e-newsletter provider for those publications, but should have it up and running soon! In the meantime, you can access the master

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