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Volume 93 (2020)

  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • C. F. W. Walther Publishes an Impassioned Plea: "Compare the Word of Christ with the Decrees of the Pope!": Missouri Synod's 1878 Saint Louis Edition of Martin Luther's Passional Christi und Antichristi
    • Daniel N. Harmelink
  • C. F. W. Walther's Real Response to a Real Church: A Nuanced Response to the Infallibility of the Pope and the First Vatican Council
    • Benjamin J. Nickodemus
  • Walther's Mariology
    • Thomas Manteufel
  • Book Reviews
    • Ardon Albrecht. Lutheran Television: Glory Years. Reviewed by Bruce E. Keseman.
    • Herman Vorländer. Church in Motion: The History of the Evangelical Lutheran Mission in Bavaria. Reviewed by Mark A. Loest.
    • Kurt Marquart; Ken Schurb and Robert Paul, eds. Essays: Historical and Historic. Truth, Salvatory and Churchly: Works of Kurt E. Marquart. Volume III. Reviewed by Cameron A. MacKenzie.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • History of the German Evangelical Lutheran St. Paul Congregation of Fort Wayne, Indiana, from 1837 to 1887: For the 50th Anniversary of the Congregation
    • H.G. Sauer; translated with an introduction by Lauren Marinko
  • "God's Plan -- Our Future and Hope": A Sermon Preached at the closing of the 2018 LCMS Indiana District Convention
    • John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • Lutheran History in North America: A Bibliography of Works Published in 2019
    • Todd D. Zittlow
  • Book Reviews
    • Jonathan A. Linebaugh, Editor. God's Two Words: Law and Gospel in the Lutheran and Reformed Traditions. Reviewed by John T. Pless.
    • Katharine Gerbner. Christian Slavery: Conversion and Race in the Protestant Atlantic World. Reviewed by Jon Diefenthaler.
    • Steven D. Paulson and Scott L. Keith, Editors. Handing Over the Goods: Determined to Proclaim Nothing but Christ Jesus and Him Crucified. Reviewed by Jacob A. Corzine.

Volume 92 (2019)

  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • In Memoriam: + Phyllis E. Duesenberg +
    • Board of Governors and Staff of Concordia Historical Institute
  • Remembering and Rejoicing: Reflections on the 150th Anniversary of Concordia Publishing House: An Address at the Concordia Historical Institute Annual Awards Banquet
    • Paul T. McCain
  • A House with One Heart for the Trinue God, Christ’s Church on Earth, and the People of All Nations
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Early History of the Concordia Publishing House Music Department
    • Constance R. Seddon
  • Book Reviews
    • C.F.W. Walther. Walther’s Works: Predestination. Reviewed by John T. Pless.
    • Robin A. Leaver. The Whole Church Sings: Congregational Singing in Luther’s Wittenberg. Reviewed by Richard C. Resch.
    • Elisabeth Joy Urtel. Anna B. Hoppe: Her Life and Hymnody. Reviewed by Henry V. Gerike.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • 125th Anniversary Letter
    • Dean O. Wenthe
  • Concordia University, Nebraska: Mission and Vision
    • Brian Friedrich
  • The Foundation of a Lutheran University: Promises of a Lutheran Education
    • Scott Seevers
  • Concordia University Nebraska: A Brief History
    • Jerrald Pfabe and Jenny Mueller-Roebke
  • History of Teacher Education
    • William Preuss and Judy Preuss
  • Expansion of Arts and Sciences
    • Various
  • Graduate adn Adult Exucation
    • Jenny Mueller-Roebke and Ellen Beck
  • History of Athletics at Concordia
    • Jake Knabel
  • Book Reviews
    • Robert Kolb with Charles P. Arand. The Way of Concord: From Historic Text to Contemporary Witness. Reviewed by Larry A. Peters.
    • Derek R. Nelson and Paul R. Hinlicky. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Martin Luther. Reviewed by Benjamin J. Nickodemus.
    • Robert Allan Stevens. Anticipation Exceeded Realization: Saga of an Antebellum College — The Story of the Original Illinois State University. Reviewed by Martin E. Conkling.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • “Did Christ Not Come to Save These?” MELIM’s First Native Indian Pastor and His Tireless Ministry to Sambavar Indians
    • Benjamin J. Nickodemus
  • The Introduction of Contemporary Worship Music into The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
    • Samuel Eatherton
  • The Election of Grace in the Last Chapter of Confessing the Gospel and Dr. Walther’s Teaching
    • Thomas Manteufel
  • “Why Mount Olive Lutheran Church?”
    • John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • Book Reviews
    • John Fea. The Bible Cause–A History of the American Bible Society. Reviewed by Gerald Perschbacher.
    • Ronit Y. Stahl. Enlisting Faith: How the Military Chaplaincy Shaped Religion and State in Modern America. Reviewed by Craig Muehler.
    • C.F.W. Walther. Walther’s Works: American-Lutheran Pastoral Theology. Reviewed by Timothy P. Dost.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • The Formative Years of Missouri Evangelical Lutheran India Mission (MELIM
    • Damodher Christu Das
  • Growing Pains of a Partner Church
    • Victor A. Raj
  • Missionaries Into all the World: Clarence and Emma Rittmann and the Missouri Evangelical Lutheran India Mission, 1928-1970
    • Joseph Rittmann
  • Memories of India: The Adventures of a Missionary Child
    • Phyllis Duesenberg
  • Book Reviews
    • Richard O. Johnson. Changing World, Changeless Christ: The American Lutheran Publicity Bureau, 1914-2014. Reviewed by John T. Pless.
    • David P. Scaer. Surviving the Storms: Memoirs of David P. Scaer. Reviewed by Martin R. Noland.
    • Timothy J. Wengert, ed. Dictionary of Luther and the Lutheran Traditions. Reviewed by Benjamin J. Nickodemus.

Volume 91 (2018)

  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Back to Basics History from a Lutheran Perspective: Concordia Historical Institute 44th Annual Awards Banquet
    • Cameron A. MacKenzie
  • The Town that Time Forgot: Crawfords Quarry, Michigan (1860-1910)
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Lutheran Fault Lines at Mid-Century: Charles Anderson and Ansgar College
    • Robert Allan Stevens
  • Martin H. Meyer (1897-1971): Lay Leader for an Impossible Mission
    • Milton L. Rudnick
  • Book Reviews
    • George Hawley. Demography, Culture, and the Decline of America's Christian Denominations. Reviewed by Alvin J. Schmidt.
    • Richard Baepler. Keeper of the Dream: O.P. Kretzmann. Reviewed by James W. Albers.
  • Lutheran History in North America: A Bibliography of Works Published in 2018
    • Todd D. Zittlow
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Giving Thanks to God
    • Dean Wenthe
  • Leading in Legacy: The First Century and Beyond
    • Kenneth Kaden & Jane Wilke
  • A Legacy of World Mission
    • Jane Wilke
  • That Was Then, This Is Now
    • Thomas Saylor
  • Transformation and Innovation
    • Thomas Saylor & Paul Hillmer
  • Celebrating Concordia's Urban Locations
    • Thomas Saylor & Paul Hillmer
  • Through the Generations at Concordia
    • Suzanne Hequet
  • A Vision for the Future
    • Thomas Ries
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • An Isolated Texas Lutheran Scholar Living in Hope
    • David Zersen
  • Theses and Sentences to be Debated
    • Johann Kilian
  • C.F W. Walther on Dancing and the Theater
    • Nathaniel S. Jensen
  • Courtship Through Correspondence: A Seminarian's Experience
    • James A. Lange
  • Letters from the Heart of Texas: A Seminary Student's Vicarage Year in South Central Texas
    • Anita Reith Stohs
  • Book Reviews
    • Kate Allen and John E. Ingulsrud. The Norwegian-American Lutheran Experience in 1950s Japan: Stepping Up to the Cold War Challenge. Reviewed by Jack D. Ferguson.
    • David Zersen, ed. Five Centuries: The Wends and the Reformation. Reviewed by James L. Brauer.
    • Irene Beethe, ed. Charles W. Ore: An American Original. Reviewed by Henry V. Gerike.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • The Formative Years of Missouri Evangelical Lutheran India Mission (MELIM
    • Damodher Christu Das
  • Growing Pains of a Partner Church
    • Victor A. Raj
  • Missionaries Into all the World: Clarence and Emma Rittmann and the Missouri Evangelical Lutheran India Mission, 1928-1970
    • Joseph Rittmann
  • Memories of India: The Adventures of a Missionary Child
    • Phyllis Duesenberg
  • Book Reviews
    • John T. Pless. Changing World, Changeless Christ: The American Lutheran Publicity Bureau, 1914-2014.
    • Martin R. Noland. Surviving the Storms: Memoirs of David P. Scaer.
    • Benjamin J. Nickodemus. Dictionary of Luther and the Lutheran Traditions.

Volume 90 (2017)

  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • A Global Perspective on History and Archives
    • Albert B. Collver
  • A Brief History of Contemporary Worship in the LCMS through the Eyes of Forrest Gump
    • Jon D. Vieker
  • Walther's Pastoral Theology for Pastoral Ministry Today
    • Richard H. Warneck
  • Book Reviews
    • David W. Preus. Two Trajectories: J.A.O. Preus and David W. Preus. Reviewed by John T. Pless.
    • Warren R. Schmidt. Mama Buenger: Mother of a Synod. Reviewed by William Wangelin.
    • John W. Behnken. This I Recall. Reviewed by John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • Revised Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws
    • recently revised by CHI membership
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Reformation Centennials, 1617-2017: The Church's Celebration of the Reformation at 100 Year Intervals
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Did Luther Really Say?
    • David J. Zersen
  • Reflections on the Effects of the Reformation in American Lutheranism
    • Lawrence R. Rast, Jr.
  • Book Reviews
    • Thomas Albert Howard and Mark A. Noll, eds. Protestantism after 500 Years. Reviewed by Timothy P. Dost.
    • Carter Lindberg and Paul Wee, eds. The Forgotten Luther: Reclaiming the Social-Economic Dimension of the Reformation. Reviewed by Jon Diefenthaler.
    • John R. Stephenson, trans. The Wittenberg Reformation (1545), with "The Household of God: Observations on 'Church' in the New Testament and the City of Ephesus" by Thomas M. Winger. Reviewed by John T. Pless.
    • Daniel Harmelink, ed. The Reformation Coin and Medal Collection of Concordia Historical Institute: A Striking Witness to Martin Luther and the Reformation. Reviewed by Robert E. Smith.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Arthur Ernst Michel, 1862-1955: His Life and Ministry
    • Milton L. Rudnick
  • Sidelights on the History of Our Synod
    • Heinrich (Henry) Christian Gottlieb Strasen
  • Experiences in the Parsonages of The Lutheran Church in Southern Illinois During the War Years of 1917-1918 Described by an Eyewitness at the Request of the Officers of the Historical Society
    • Justus Christian William John Lohrmann
  • Book Reviews
    • Michael Snape. God and Uncle Sam: Religion and America's Armed Forces in World War II. Reviewed by Craig G. Muehler.
    • John S. Benson. Missionary Families Find a Sense of Place and Identity: Two Generations on Two Continents. Reviewed by Henry L. Rowold.
    • Kurt Marquart. The Saving Truth: Doctrine for Laypeople. Truth, Salvatory and Churchly: Works of Kurt E. Marquart. Volume I. Reviewed by Martin R. Noland.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • 'In Action for God and Church: The First Thirty Years of the International Lutheran Laymen's League
    • Gerald Perschbacher
  • Book Reviews
    • Rolf D. Preus. Across the Deep Blue Sea: The Saga of Early Norwegian Immigrants from Norway to America Through the Canadian Gateway.
    • Joel Biermann. Wittenberg vs. Geneva: A Biblical Bout in Seven Rounds on the Doctrines that Divide.
    • Mark A. Loest. Hanging by a Promise: The Hidden God in the Theology of Oswald Bayer.

Volume 89 (2016)

  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Trumpeting the Treasures: Invocation
    • John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • Trumpeting the Treasures: How Faith "Keeps" the Historical Touchstones of Christ's Redeeming Work Among Us
    • Daniel N. Harmelink
  • In Memorium: Robert H. King and Scott Meyer
  • Trumpeting the Treasures: Closing Devotion & Prayer
    • John W. Sias
  • Martin Luther's Small Catechism: A History of English Language Editions and Explanations Prepared by The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
    • David Aaron Fiala
  • Lutheran History in North America: A Bibliography of Works Published in 2016
    • Todd D. Zittlow
  • Book Reviews
    • Scott A. Ashmon, ed. The Idea and Practice of a Christian University: A Lutheran Approach. Reviewed by William M. Cwirla.
    • Ann M. Haut, ed. Jesus Is Risen -- Theology for the Church: The Lifework and Teaching of The Rev. Dr. Walter R. Bouman, ThD. Reviewed by David P. Scaer.
    • J.K. Wilhelm Loehe. The Pastor. Reviewed by D. Richard Stuckwisch.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • The Common Service in Lutheran Service Book: The Enduring Influence of The Lutheran Hymnal
    • Paul J. Grime
  • After Ten Years: Reflections on Lutheran Service Book
    • Jon D. Vieker
  • Distractions and Repercussions of the Liturgical Movement in Mid-20th Century Missouri Synod
    • John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • Book Reviews
    • Ingerose Paust. Exodus of the Eight Hundred: An Adventure of a Congregation. Reviewed by James L. Brauer.
    • Herman Sasse. Letters to Lutheran Pastors. Reviewed by Martin R. Noland.
    • Jane Westberg with Jill Westberg McNamara. Gentle Rebel: The Life and Work of Granger Westberg, Pioneer in Whole Person Care. Reviewed by Richard C. Eyer.
    • Jon D. Vieker, Bart Day, and Albert B. Collver III, eds. Dona Gratis Donata: Essays in Honor of Norman Nagel on the Occasion of His Ninetieth Birthday. Reviewed by Benjamin Ball.
    • Carl Schalk. Singing the Church's Song: Essays and Occasional Writings on Church Music.Reviewed by Jon D. Vieker.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • The Elements of Africa's Redemption
    • Timothy D. Grundmeier
  • Navy Chaplain Raymond Charles Hohenstein
    • C. Douglas Kroll
  • A Letter from Loeber to Nitschke
    • Shawn Barnett and Sieghart Rien
  • Book Reviews
    • Otto Hintze. From Ghosts to God in Enga Land: Planting His Church Among the Enga People of Central Papua New Guinea. Reviewed by Martin Dicke.
    • Bringing Christ to the Highlands: Painting a Portrait of Early Lutheran Mission Work in Papua New Guinea. Reviewed by Martin Dicke.
    • Mark Granquist. Lutherans in America: A New History. Reviewed by Martin R. Noland.
    • Philip H. Pfatteicher. Luther Reed: The Legacy of a Gentleman and a Churchman. Reviewed by Paul Grime.
    • Royal W. Natzke. Pioneer Church Records Speak: Immanuel Lutheran Church, Kirchhayn (Jackson), Wisconsin (1847-1974). Reviewed by Jack D. Ferguson.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • 'Mid Tumult of Her War: The Doctrine of the Church and the Office of the Holy Ministry Following the 1841 Altenburg Debate
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Letters from Lebanon: Carl Ludwig Geyer int eh Wisconsin Wilderness
    • William R. Wangelin
  • Pastor J.A.F.W. Mueller: A Faithful Shepherd of Souls
    • Joel Heckmann
  • Lutheran History in North America: A Bibliography of Works Published in 2015
    • Todd D. Zittlow
  • Book Reviews
    • James W. Freese. Paul O. Manz: The Enduring Legacy of the Hymn Festival. Reviewed by Daniel Zager.
    • David W. Rogner. Dawnlight Breaks: The Hymn Texts and Translations of F. Samuel Janzow. Reviewed by Daniel Zager.
    • John T. Pless. Handling the Word of Truth: Law and Gospel in the Church Today. Reviewed by Thomas Manteufel.

Volume 88 (2015)

  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Franz Julius Biltz: A Faithful Shepherd During the Terrors of the Civil War
    • R. Lee Hagan
  • St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Gardena, California: The First Japanese-American Congregation in the Missouri Synod - Part Two
    • Michael J. Doyle
  • Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: An Account of the Conspiracy to Murder Albert Molitor
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Sermon for the Funeral of F.C.D. Wyneken by Wilhelm Sihler
    • Translated by Karl Boehmer, Introduction by Matthew Harrison
  • Book Reviews
    • Thomas Tredway. Conrad Bergendoff's Faith and Work: A Swedish-American Lutheran, 1895-1997. Reviewed by Charles Henrickson.
    • Cheryl D. Naumann. The Life and Words of Deaconess Clara Strehlow. Reviewed by Sandra Rhein.
    • Gracia Grindal. Sister Elisabeth Fedde, "To Do the Lord's Will": Elisabeth Fedde and the Deaconess Movement Among the Norwegians in America. Reviewed by Cheryl D. Naumann.
  • Lutheran History in North America: A Bibliography of Works Published in 2014
    • Todd Zittlow
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • The Long Reach of the Log Cabin College: A Study of the Inaugural 1839-1840 Class of the Log Cabin College in Dresden, Missouri - Part Two
    • Warren R. Schmidt
  • St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Gardena, California: The First Japanese-American Congregation in the Missouri Synod - Part One
    • Michael J. Doyle
  • The Last Wendish Sermon in Serbin, Texas
    • Trudla Malinkowa with Peter Barker, Weldon Mersiovsky and David Zersen
  • Book Reviews
    • Jack D. Ferguson. Pictoral Historiography of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Reviewed by Gerald Perschbacher.
    • Dietrich Blaufuss (ed.) Wilhelm Loehe - Theologie und Geschichte / Theology and History. Reviewed by Christian C. Tiews.
    • David Zersen. Concordia on the Move: Concordia University Texas 1926-2013. Reviewed by Kurt Krueger.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Institution, Structure, and Place: Revisiting the Historiographic Circumstances of the Saxon Lutheran Lehranstalt - Log Cabin College - Part Two
    • Russell P. Baldner
  • The Long Reach of the Log Cabin College: A Study of the Inaugural 1839-1840 Class of the Log Cabin College in Dresden, Missouri - Part One
    • Warren R. Schmidt
  • Seminary Life in Walther's Day: A Collection of First-hand Accounts
    • Thomas E. Manteufel
  • Book Reviews
    • Marianna Forde. Gerhard O. Forde: A Life. Reviewed by Robert Kolb.
    • Randy Boyagoda. Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square. Reviewed by Paul T. McCain.
    • Tim Townsend. Mission at Nuremberg. Reviewed by John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • A Young Scholar's Essay: The Franz Julius Biltz Altenburg Settlement Beschreibung Manuscript (1842)
    • Gerhard H. Bode, Jr. and Russell P. Baldner
  • A Bethlehem Built by Poverty
    • James M. Thomas
  • Institution, Structure, and Place: Revisiting the Historiographic Circumstances of the Saxon Lutheran Lehranstalt - Log Cabin College - Part One
    • Russell P. Baldner
  • Experiences from Olden Times by Franz Julius Biltz, being an Essay Written on the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of Concordia (College) Seminary (1899)
    • Lee Hagan and Russell P. Baldner
  • Book Reviews
    • Joel R. Baseley, (ed. and transl.) C.F.W. Walther's Original Der Lutheraner, Volumes One through Three (1844-1847): The LCMS in Formation. Reviewed by Jack D. Ferguson.
    • Joel R. Baseley, (ed. and transl.)Missouri Synod in Formation (1844-1847): Essays of the Founding Fathers. Reviewed by Jack D. Ferguson.
    • C.F.W. Walther, Walther's Works: Church Fellowship. Reviewed by John T. Pless.

Volume 87 (2014)

  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Singing Sermons
    • Jon D. Vieker
  • The 1917 Quadricentennial of the Reformation: American Lutheran Unity and Union Attempts
    • John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Krause's Moment in Macomb
    • William Wangelin
  • The Holy Delight and Duty of All Christians of Leading Souls to Christ: A Sermon by C.F.W. Walther on the 12th Sunday after Trinity, 1842
    • Translated by Donald E. Heck
  • Book Reviews
    • C.F.W. Walther. Gospel Sermons. Translated by Donald E. Heck. Reviewed by David R. Schmitt.
    • Thomas Korcok. Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future.Reviewed by Michael D. Scheer.
  • About This Issue
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Congratulations and Thanksgiving
    • Dean O. Wenthe
  • Celebrating 150 Years of Faith, Learning and Leadership
    • Alan Meyer, Eric Matanyi, Hannah Kohut, David Rogner, and Fred Sprugat
  • College with A Cause at 150: Faithfully Serving God's People through Education
    • Kevin J. Brandon
  • Continuing in His Word: Reflections on the Spiritual Life of Concordia University Chicago in Its Sesquicentennial Year
    • Jeffery Leininger
  • 150 Years of Music at Concordia University Chicago
    • Steven Wente
  • The Move from Addison to River Forest: A Major Event in the History of Concordia Teachers College
    • William M. Ewald
  • Ein Addisoner Abschiedsgruss (A Farewell to Addison) by M.C. Thieme
    • Translated by William M. Ewald
  • Book Reviews
    • Concordia University Chicago, Center for Church Music. Shaping American Lutheran Church Music series. Reviewed by Richard N. Brinkley.
  • Editor-in-Chiefʼs Message
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Sermon for the Installation of The Rev. Dr. Daniel Harmelink
    • Matthew Harrison
  • Missions in Missouri: The Story of Frederick Brand (Part II)
    • Christopher Vossler
  • God Directs - We Follow Divine Guidance: The First Polish Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of Christ The Lord, Dundalk, Maryland
    • Thomas L. Hollowak
  • Book Review
    • Don Johnson.Broken Parts Missing Pieces. Reviewed by Jack D. Ferguson.
  • Editor-in-Chiefʼs Message
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • The History of Early Lutheran Schools in China
    • David Kohl
  • Five Men in a Chinese Van: Lutheran Remnants in the Land of Sinim
    • David Kohl
  • Olive Gruen: The Connection between LCMS Mainland China and Taiwan Missions
    • Benjamin Riley
  • Missions in Missouri: The Story of Frederick Brand (Part I)
    • Christopher Vossler
  • Book Review
    • David G. Kohl. Lutherans on the Yangtze: A Centenary Account of the Missouri Synod in Greater China, 1913–2013. Volume 1: 1912–1952 and Volume 2: 1949-2013. Reviewed by Jeffery Oschwald.

Volume 86 (2013)

  • Editor-in-Chiefʼs Message
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Fathers of the Church
    • Matthew C. Harrison
  • Walther’s View of Slavery
    • Thomas Manteufel
  • The Furnace of Dreams
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Book Review
    • Matthew Carver, trans., and ed., Walther's Hymnal: Church Hymnbook for Evangelical Lutheran Congregations of the Unaltered Augsburg Confession. Reviewed by Bruce Lucas.
  • Editor-in-Chiefʼs Message
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • BRINGING CHRIST TO THE NATIONS: Walter A. Maier, The Lutheran Hour and Global Christian Broadcasting
    • Kirk Farney
  • Rev. Dr. Andrés A. Melendez
    • Aaron Hannemann
  • The History of the FELSISA and the Missouri Synod
    • William A. Wangelin
  • Blessed Wood!
    • Gerald Perschbacher
  • Editor-in-Chiefʼs Message
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • What Our Fathers Taught Us about Lutheran Schools (Part 2)
    • Mark Braun
  • Loehe’s Lens: Wilhelm Loehe’s Critique of Democratic Principles in the Missouri Synod during the Revolutions of 1848/49
    • William Wangelin
  • BRINGING CHRIST TO THE NATIONS: Walter A. Maier, The Lutheran Hour and Global Christian Broadcasting
    • Kirk Farney
  • Book Review
    • Matthew C. Harrison, ed., The Church and the Office of the Ministry: A Study Edition. Reviewed by Brian S. Saunders.
  • Editor-in-Chiefʼs Message
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • What Our Fathers Taught Us about Lutheran Schools (Part 1)
    • Mark Braun
  • Pioneer Pastors in Monroe and Lower Michigan
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • The Lutheran Childrenʼs Home in Winfield
    • Roland Mueller
  • Book Review
    • Robert L. Rahn. Jesus Never Fails: An Autobiography and History of the Lutheran Heritage Foundation. Reviewed by John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.

Volume 85 (2012)

  • Editor-in-Chiefʼs Message
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • 38th Annual Awards Banquet
    • Daniel Preus
  • Anniversary of Waltherʼs Passing
    • Thomas Manteufel
  • Sermon for the Funeral of C. F. W. Walther in Trinity Church, 1887
    • Translated by Matthew Harrison
  • Reports of Chaplain F. W. Richmann in Der Lutheraner,
    • David Wollenburg
  • The Dau and Schaum Editions of Waltherʼs Law and Gospel
    • Carl Fickenscher II
  • Remembering Ollie: Professor Oliver C. Rupprecht: The Man and His Music, Concordia Junior College, Milwaukee, 1951–1957
    • John Helmke
  • Thank You for Letting Me Play with You: The Life of Dr. Paul Manz
    • Mike Doyle
  • An Exciting Find in a Wendish Vault in Texas
    • David Zersen
  • Andrew Baepler
    • Richard Baepler
  • Frederick William Danker: A Personl Tribute by His Student, Pastor John Helmke, with Valuable Contributions by His Daughter, Kathleen Danker
    • John Helmke
  • The Reference Friedrich Schmidt: First German-Speaking Lutheran Pastor in Michigan (1833–1883)
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • D-Day on the Cape
    • Theodore C. Doege
  • Concordia Historical Institute: A Unique Organization
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • A Bicentennial Bonus: More Walther Resources Organized
    • Marvin A. Huggins
  • Faith Driven—Future Focused: The English District Celebrates 100 Years
    • David P. Stechholz
  • A Eulogy for a Prep School: Concordia Milwaukee 1951–1957
    • John E. Helmke
  • A New Look at an Old Document: German/English Edition of the 1847 Constitution of The German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Book Review
    • Erika Geiger. The Life, Work, and Influence of Wilhelm Loehe (1808–1872). Reviewed by Cameron MacKenzie.

Volume 84 (2011)

  • 2011 Awards Banquet Speech
    • John C. Wohlrabe Jr.
  • Friedrich Lochner and Der Hauptgottesdienst
    • Kevin Hildebrand
  • The Hannemann Family: Hearts for Pastoral Ministry
    • John E. Helmke
  • Hannemann Hearts for the New Guinea Mission
    • John E. Helmke
  • And the Church Was Built
    • Lonnie Eatherton
  • The Walther Movie
    • Dale Ward
  • Constitutional Reasons for Forming a Synod: An Examination of the 1847 Constitution of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • “So Much Began in Halleˮ: The Mission Program That Sent Mühlenberg to America
    • Robert Kolb
  • Appreciating Friedrich Lochner—A Founding Father of the Missouri Synod
    • Cameron A. MacKenzie
  • Summary of “The District-Synod Relations of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in Historical Perspectiveˮ
    • Ken Schurb
  • Award Program
  • Book Review
    • Eric Miller. Hope in a Scattering Time: A Life of Christopher Lasch. Reviewed by Ken Schurb.
  • C. F. W. Walther among All the Saints
    • John E. Helmke
  • Man on a Mission: Henry Melchior Muhlenberg (1711–1787) and the Lutherans in America
    • Gerhard Bode
  • Brothers Jungck: An Odyssey in Lutheran Synodical Affiliation and Ordination History
    • Russell P. Baldner
  • A Brief History of Trinity Lutheran Church, Evansville, Indiana
    • Martin R. Noland
  • The Christian and Politics: Reprinted from Der Lutheraner (14 May 1861
    • Theodore Brohm
  • Walther
    • Dale Ward
  • Underlying Causes and Unexpected Results: C. F. W. Waltherʼs Theological Perspective on the Christian Congregation: Part Two
    • Jack D. Ferguson
  • Describing Luther: Images from the 400th Anniversary of the Reformation (1917)
    • Don Heinrich Tolzmann
  • Walther and Luther as Seen through the Eyes of a Pupil of Walther
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • Book Reviews
    • James C. Burkee. Power, Politics, and the Missouri Synod. Reviewed by Ken Schurb.
    • Matthew C. Harrison, ed. At Home in the House of My Fathers: Presidential Sermons, Essays, Letters, and Addresses from the Missouri Synodʼs Great Era of Unity and Growth. Reviewed by Cameron MacKenzie.

Volume 83 (2010)

  • The History of St. Johnʼs College
    • Laura Marrs
  • Paul Henkelʼs View of American Religion as Seen through His Catechisms
    • David Herald
  • Underlying Causes and Unexpected Results: C. F. W. Waltherʼs Theological Perspective on the Christian Congregation — Part 1
    • Josephine K. Meichsner
  • Faith to Imitate: The Lordʼs Work through the Life of Michael J. Stelmachowicz
    • Ken Schurb
  • Book Reviews
    • Philip G. Stephan, In Pursuit of Religious Freedom: Bishop Martin Stephanʼs Journey
    • Joh. Guilielmi Baieri Compendium Theologiae Positivae
    • Singing the Faith: Living the Lutheran Musical Heritage
  • F. C. D. Wyneken
    • Gerhard Bode
  • Two Sermon Outlines by Rev. W. C. Kohn for the Walther Jubilee, 1911
    • Translated by Eunice and Scott Meyer
  • Memories of Concordia Seminary
    • Dorothea Blesse Predoehl
  • Acculturation: A New Tongue for Two Seminaries
    • John E. Helmke
  • A Report on Radio Station KFUO
  • What Is Truth?
    • Walter A. Maier
  • The “Stephaniteˮ Migration of Two Chorale Melodies
    • Sterling P. Cossaboom
  • The Radio Ministries of the Pacific Southwest District
    • Michael Doyle
  • Concordia Historical Instituteʼs Museum: A Noble Adjunct to Lutheran Archives
    • Scott Meyer
  • Three Generations of the Family Buszin — Part 4
    • Constance R. Seddon
  • The Sixth Regimentʼs Prayer
    • Theodore C. Droege
  • The Role of the German Language in the Missouri Synod: A 75th Anniversary Perspective
    • Don Heinrich Tolzmann
  • Wilhelm Loehe: American Lutheranismʼs Distant Father
    • John Hellwege
  • Dr. Hemmeter Held High the Torch of Progress
    • John C. Rodenburg
  • Three Generations of the Family Buszin — Part 3
    • Constance R. Seddon

Volume 82 (2009)

  • Unassuming Witness: The Life and Ministry of Henry Adam Klein
    • John E. Helmke
  • When Lutherans Sang in Russian
    • David Zersen
  • We Pause to Reflect: A Biography of Ernest T. Meichsner, Minister of the Gospel
    • Josephine K. Meichsner
  • Faith to Imitate: The Lordʼs Work through the Life of Michael J. Stelmachowicz
    • Ken Schurb
  • Book Reviews
    • Philip G. Stephan. In Pursuit of Religious Freedom: Bishop Martin Stephanʼs Journey. Reviewed by Cameron MacKenzie.
    • Joh. Guilielmi Baieri Compendium Theologiae Positivae Reviewed by Cameron MacKenzie.
    • Singing the Faith: Living the Lutheran Musical Heritage. Reviewed by Cameron MacKenzie.
  • Shepherd of Missouri: The Life and Theology of Friedrich Johann Pfotenhauer, Part Two
    • Samuel P. Schuldheisz
  • The Service of Women in Congregational Offices, 1969 to 2007
    • Ken Schurb
  • Dr. C. F. W. and Emilie Walther: The Recollections of Margarete Lenk (1911)
    • Don Heinrich Tolzmann
  • Lutheran Unitarians? The Franckeans in the 1840s
    • Robert A. Emery
  • Book Review
    • Paul Timothy McCain, ed. Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions: A Reader's Edition of the Book of Concord. 2nd ed. Reviewed by Cameron MacKenzie.
  • Shepherd of Missouri: The Life and Theology of Friedrich Johann Pfotenhauer, Part One
    • Samuel P. Schuldheisz
  • Kocherthal's Books: The Library of New York's 'First Lutheran Pastor for the Germans'
    • Andreas Mielke
  • Transitions
    • Marvin A. Huggins
  • Life in Saskatchewan Parishes a Half-Century Ago
    • Herman Bickel
  • Missouri and Fundamentalism
    • Rich Blythe
  • College Illusions versus Life's Realities
    • John C. Rodenburg
  • Introducing a New Book: In the Footsteps of Phoebe
    • Cheryl D. Naumann

Volume 81 (2008)

  • F. W. Herzberger and His Theological Legacy
    • Robin J. Morgan
  • My Autobiography: Ernst Bruno Meichsner (May 19, 1863–February 14, 1938)
    • John Spomer, tr.; James Meichsner, ed.
  • Missouri Synod Lutherans Active in Founding the Creation Research Society
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • In Memoriam: Gladys Suelflow-Krause
    • Marvin A. Huggins
  • Memoirs of Oswald A. Waech: Part Two
    • Edited by Michael Doyle
  • Missouri Synod Chicagoland Churches and Home Missions: Part Two
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • A New Find Sheds Light on an Old Debate: Loehe's Thoughts on the Missouri Synod's Constitution of 1847
    • William R. Wangelin
  • Memoirs of Oswald A. Waech: Part One
    • Edited by Michael Doyle
  • The "Iron Man" of the Franconian Fathers of Our Church, Augustus Friedrich Craemer: His Life in America
    • Ludwig Ernest Fuerbringer
  • Was It Foretold?: Theodore Graebner, Millenialists and the World Wars
    • Jerrald K. Pfabe
  • Friedrich Lasius and His Efforts for Confessional Lutheranism
    • William R. Wangelin
  • A Tale of Two Seminaries
    • Martin R. Noland
  • Book Review
    • Theodore C. Doege, ed. Letters of a Soldiers' Chaplain. Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
  • In Memoriam: Jerzy Hauptmann, Ph.D., 1920–2008
    • Martin R. Noland
  • 2007 Awards Banquet Address
    • Daniel Preus
  • Missouri Synod Chicagoland Churches and Home Missions: Part One
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • Georg Landgraf: A Pioneer Nineteenth Century Midwestern Lutheran Pastor: Part Two
    • Gary Lee Beard
  • Book Review
    • Todd W. Nichol, ed. Crossings: Norwegian-American Lutheranism as a Transatlantic Tradition. Reviewed by John A. Maxfield.

Volume 80 (2007)

  • Three Generations of the Family Buszin: Part Two
    • Constance R. Seddon
  • Confrontation, Conflict and Confessionalism
    • Carl S. Meyer
  • Georg Landgraf: A Pioneer Nineteenth Century Midwestern Lutheran Pastor: Part One
    • Gary Lee Beard
  • Ulrik Vilhelm Koren: "It Is Written"; "By Grace Alone"
    • James S. Hamre
  • Loss of Missouri Synod Churches in Chicagoland
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • Book Review
    • George Fry and Joel R. Kurz, eds. Lively Stone: The Autobiography of Berthold von Schenk. Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
  • "History at Its Best"
    • Lawrence R. Rast Jr.
  • The "Iron Man" of the Franconian Fathers of Our Church, Augustus Friedrich Craemer: His Life in Europe
    • Ludwig Ernest Fuerbringer
  • Three Generations of the Family Buszin: Part One
    • Constance R. Seddon
  • What Was Going On over There? The Missouri Synod's Struggle to Understand Pre-war Nazi Germany as Seen in Two Popular Publications
    • John Hellwege
  • Book Reviews
    • David Henkel. The Works of David Henkel (1795-1831). Reviewed by Robert Mayes.
    • James Alan Waddell. The Struggle to Reclaim the Liturgy in the Lutheran Church: Adiaphora in Historical, Theological and Practical Perspective. Reviewed by John A. Maxfield.
  • "The Triumph of Truth": A Testimony for Our Day from the Life and Work of Friedrich Brunn
    • Gertrud Ruecker and August F. Brunn
  • Historical Roots of the Christian Day School in The Lutheran ChurchMissouri Synod
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • Book Reviews
    • Kirby Koriath. Music for the Church: The Life and Work of Walter E. Buszin. Reviewed by Bruce Lucas.
    • Herman Otten. Marquart's Legacy: Kurt Marquart "The International Luther". Reviewed by Martin R. Noland.

Volume 79 (2006)

  • From the Editor
  • News for Institute Supporters
  • The Black Geneva Piety of the Wisconsin Synod: An Analysis of the Changing View of the Relationship of Doctrine and Liturgy within the WELS: Part Two
    • Mark Braun
  • "Poverty Its Birthright": The Beginnings of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
    • Carl S. Meyer
  • Letters from a World War II Military Chaplain
    • Theodore C. Doege
  • A Mission Account—Argentina 1921–1941
    • Gerhard P. Huebner, translated with notes by Margarete nee Boriack and Robert Huebner
  • Practical Implications of the Missouri Synod's Position Regarding Church and Ministry
    • George J. Gude
  • The Black Geneva Piety of the Wisconsin Synod: An Analysis of the Changing View of the Relationship of Doctrine and Liturgy within the WELS
    • Mark Braun
  • Book Reviews
    • Wilhelm Iwan. Old Lutheran Emigration of the Mid-19th Century from Eastern Germany (mainly Pomerania and Lower Silesia) to Australia, Canada and the United States. 3 vols. Reviewed by Cameron MacKenzie.
    • George Fry and Joel R. Kurz. The Americanization Process in the Second Generation: The German Lutheran Matthias Loy (1828–1915): Caught between Adaptation and Repristination. Reviewed by Daniel P. Mackey.
  • A New Era for Lutheran History—The CHI Museum and Building Expansion Project
    • Martin R. Noland
  • Address at 2005 Awards Banquet of the Concordia Historical Institute
    • Karl Barth
  • John Strietelmeier: Witness to His Generation
    • Richard Baepler
  • One Blessing after Another: A History of Concordia University Wisconsin
    • William R. Cario
  • Book Review
    • David L. Adams and Ken Schurb. The Anonymous God: The Church Confronts Civil Religion and American Society. Reviewed by Edward P. Giese.
  • "Who from Our Mothers' Arms": The Story of the Hymnals That Came before Us
    • Jon D. Vieker
  • Zionsgemeinde, Palmenthal, Revisited
    • Michael Doyle
  • Look to the Rock from Which You Were Hewn
    • Martin R. Noland
  • Marriage and Ministry: Gotthilf Mathias and Antoinette Catherine (Smrcka) Kramer
    • Gayle Kramer Grommet
  • Book Reviews
    • David M. Norton and George R. Nielsen. Walking George: The Life of George John Beto and the Rise of the Modern Texas Prison System. Reviewed by Ray Schkade.
    • George R. Nielsen. Johann Kilian, Pastor: A Wendish Lutheran in Germany and Texas. Reviewed by Allan C. Eckert.

Volume 78 (2005)

  • A Lutheran Patriarch: Pastor Theodore Kohn
    • Scott J. Meyer
  • John Strietelmeier: Called to the "Holy Laity"
    • Richard Baepler
  • Steadfast Servants in Trying Times: The 1938-1944 Faculty of Concordia Theological Seminary, Springfield, Illinois
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • The Myth of Historical Objectivity
    • Mark Braun
  • Autobiography of Peter Heinrich Dicke: Pastor and Pioneer Missionary
    • Translated by Eleanor Katherine Daib
  • A Pioneer Pastor's Spouse: Autobiography of Anna Katherina Bezler Dicke
    • Translated by Richard Runge
  • One Man's Genealogical Search
    • Walter C. Daib
  • The Transformation of a Seminary: Some Personal Observations
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Argentine Celebrates Its Centennial: Part Two
    • Robert Huebner
  • J. A. Bergh (1847-1927): "The Nestor of Norwegian-American Lutheran Historians"
    • James S. Hamre
  • Integration in the Alabama Mission Field: One Woman's Struggle
    • Julieanna Frost
  • Lutheran Schools in Saint Louis, 1917-1929
    • Adam C. Hill
  • Book Review
    • Richard Cimino, ed. Lutherans Today: American Lutheran Identity in the 21st Century. Reviewed by Grant A. Knepper.
  • Scott J. Meyer, Recipient of the Distinguished Service Award for 2004
  • The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Argentine Celebrates Its Centennial: Part One
    • Robert Huebner
  • The New York Lutheran Churches and the Question of Slavery
    • Clinton Daggan
  • Edgar Carlson, Gustavus Adolphus College and Civil Rights
    • William P. Hustwit
  • Book Review
    • Hermann Sasse. The Lonely Way: Selected Essays and Letters. Transl. Matthew C. Harrison, et al. 2 Vols., Reviewed by Jody A. Rinas.

Volume 77 (2004)

  • Johannes Friedrich Boeling—An Early Midwestern Missionary: Part Two
    • William R. Wangelin
  • Memoirs of Ernst Moritz Buerger: Part Six
    • Translated by Edgar Joachim Buerger
  • Early History of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Saint Charles, Missouri
    • Martin Noland
  • Memoirs of Ernst Moritz Buerger: Part Five
    • Translated by Edgar Joachim Buerger
  • North Carolina Lutherans and the Tests of Time, 1803-2003
    • Raymond M. Bost, Robert M. Calhoon, Carl F. W. Ficken Jr., Gary R. Freeze and Susan W. McArver
  • New Home in the New World: Margarete Lenk and the German Immigrant Experience
    • Anabel Aliaga-Buchenau
  • Johannes Friedrich Boeling—An Early Midwestern Missionary: Part One
    • William R. Wangelin
  • Does History Matter?
    • William W. Schumacher
  • Memoirs of Ernst Moritz Buerger: Part Four
    • Translated by Edgar Joachim Buerger
  • A Midwestern Pioneer Clergy Family
    • Cheryl Ratz Gross
  • Philip Martin Ferdinand Rupprecht
    • Cheryl Ratz Gross
  • Book Reviews
    • Timothy P. Dost. Renaissance Humanism in Support of the Gospel in Luther's Early Correspondence: Taking All Things Captive. Reviewed by Cameron A. MacKenzie.
    • William Furry, ed. The Preacher's Tale: The Civil War Journal of Rev. Francis Springer, Chaplain, U.S. Army of the Frontier. Reviewed by LT Charles E. Varsogea, CHC, USNR.
    • James S. Hamre. Continuity and Change: 100 Years - Waldorf College (1903-2003). Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
    • Fundamental Instruction: Justus Falckner's Catechism. Translated and edited by Martin Kessler. Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
    • Mark E. Braun. A Tale of Two Synods: Events That Led to the Split between Wisconsin and Missouri. Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
  • Memoirs of Ernst Moritz Buerger: Part Three
    • Translated by Edgar Joachim Buerger
  • F. W. Wehle: Diary of a Noted Midwestern Church Artist
    • Arno D. Wehle
  • A Grandson's Quest for His Grandfather's Paintings
    • Arno D. Wehle
  • Pietism and Rationalism: A Dichotomy of Resemblance
    • Benjamin A. Kolodoziej
  • Four Generations of Evangelical Lutheran Pastors: The Stechholz Family
    • David P. Stechholz

Volume 76 (2003)

  • Memoirs of Ernst Moritz Buerger: Part Two
    • Translated by Edgar Joachim Buerger
  • The Nature and Function of Holy Scriptures as Discussed in Nineteenth Century Lutheran Free Conferences: Part Two
    • Dale B. Huelsman
  • Formation of the Argentine District
    • Robert G. Huebner
  • Early Eastern District Churches
    • Martin W. Mueller
  • From the Editor
  • Memoirs of Ernst Moritz Buerger: Part One
    • Translated by Edgar Joachim Buerger
  • "How Good and Pleasant to Live Together in Harmony": Part Four
    • Mark Braun
  • The Nature and Function of Holy Scriptures as Discussed in Nineteenth Century Lutheran Free Conferences: Part One
    • Dale B. Huelsman
  • Birmingham's First African-American Lutheran Church
    • Thomas R. Noon
  • Book Review
    • Armin W. Schuetze. The Synodical Conference: Ecumenical Endeavor. Reviewed by Cameron A. MacKenzie.
  • Directorʼs Remarks at 2002 CHI Awards Banquet
    • Martin R. Noland
  • Must the Discussions with Missouri Now Cease?
    • J. Michael Reu; translated by Paul I. Johnston
  • Early Directors of Education Conferences
    • B. H. Arkebauer
  • “How Good and Pleasant to Live Together in Harmonyˮ: Part Three
    • Mark Braun
  • Vita Mea: Biographical Data of My Life
    • Julius A. Friedrich
  • The Salzburg Lutherans in Colonial Georgia
    • Roland E. Camp
  • “How Good and Pleasant to Live Together in Harmonyˮ: Part Two
    • Mark Braun
  • CPH: The First Fifty Years
    • J. Edmund Seuel
  • Book Review
    • Scott R. Murray. Law, Life, and the Living God: The Third Use of the Law in Modern American Lutheranism. Reviewed by Thomas Manteufel.

Volume 75 (2002)

  • Passavant Revisited
    • Carl Solberg
  • How to "Do" History
    • George J. Gude
  • Implications of Past Practices of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod in the Formation of Districts
    • George J. Gude
  • The Use of History in the Church
    • Martin R. Noland
  • "How Good and Pleasant to Live Together in Harmony": Part One
    • Mark Braun
  • The Life and Teaching of Herman Amberg Preus: Reflections of His Great-Great-Grandson
    • Daniel Preus
  • Archives and History: Serving the Church
    • Marvin A. Huggins
  • Dr. August R. Suelflow and the House of History
    • Thomas Manteufel
  • The Men Who Founded the Institute
    • August R. Suelflow
  • William Gustave Polack (1890-1950)
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Book Reviews
    • David C. Ratke. Confession and Mission, Word and Sacrament: The Ecclesial Theology of Wilhelm Loehe. Reviewed by Eugene Klug.
    • Brijraj Singh. The First Protestant Missionary to India: Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg (1683-1719). Reviewed by Victor Raj.
  • Concordia Historical Institute: The First Twenty-Five Years
    • Mark A. Loest
  • Wisconsin's Turn to the Right: Part Two
    • Mark Braun
  • Theodor Julius Brohm's Journal during the Saxon Lutheran Emigration: November 18, 1838, to February 14, 1839
    • Robert M. Sandfort, translator
  • Book Reviews
    • Richard Baepler. Flame of Faith, Lamp of Learning: A History of Valparaiso University. Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
    • Wayne E. Schmidt. The Lutheran Parochial School: Dates, Documents, Events, People. Reviewed by Scott J. Meyer.
    • Sifford, Eleanor E. and Bernard W. Cruse, Jr., eds. Life Sketches of Lutheran Clergy, North Carolina Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Antecedents, 1773-1999. North Carolina Synod. Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
  • An Open Letter to Our Dear Friends at Concordia Historical Institute
    • Gerald B. Kieschnick
  • Introducing Our New Director
  • Why History? to a thousand generations: Musings of a History Teacher
    • Ronald R. Feuerhahn
  • The Early History of Lutheranism in Illinois
    • E. M. Biegener
  • Wisconsins Turn to the Right: Part One
    • Mark Braun
  • An American Birthday Remembrance of Mato Kosyks 150th
    • David J. Zersen

Volume 74 (2001)

  • In Memoriam: Gerhardt Theodore Kramer
  • In Memoriam: Deaconess Rose Ziemke
  • Faith of Our Fathers
    • Mark Braun
  • Two Preacher Kids Century
    • Theodore C. Doege, M.D.
  • John H. C. Fritz, Dean and Professor: Part Two
    • Ruth Fritz Meyer
  • Book Reviews
    • August R. Suelflow. Servant of the Word: The Life and Ministry of C.F.W. Walther. Reviewed by Eugene F. Klug.
    • Norman O. Forness, editor. The Papers of the Schmucker Bicentennial. Reviewed by William W. Schumacher.
  • Director Preus Accepts New Position
  • John H. C. Fritz, Dean and Professor: Part One
    • Ruth Fritz Meyer
  • Lutheranism in Venezuela
    • Robert G. Huebner
  • A Missionary Pastors Reflections on the Occasion of His Fiftieth Ministerial Anniversary
    • Theophilus William Strieter
  • World War II Chaplains and Missouri Synod Missions
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • Mission in Action: The Pastoral Ministry of John H. C. Fritz, 1897-1920
    • Ruth Fritz Meyer
  • The Missouri Synod in the East and Southeast
    • Henry B. Hemmeter
  • Early Attempts to Introduce English in the East
    • Henry B. Hemmeter
  • Book Reviews
    • Helmar Junghans. Martin Luther: Exploring His Life and Times, 1483-1546. Reviewed by Cameron A. MacKenzie.
    • J. Michael Reu. Anthology of the Sermons of J. Michael Reu. 2 Vols. Edited by Paul I. Johnston. Reviewed by Cameron A. MacKenzie.
    • Paul Grime, D. Richard Stuckwisch, and Jon Vieker, eds. Through the Church the Song Goes On: Preparing a Lutheran Hymnal for the 21st Century. Reviewed by Bruce Lucas.
  • Preparing for Mission: The Education of John H. C. Fritz
    • Ruth Fritz Meyer
  • Beginnings of Laborers for Christ in the Missouri Synod
    • Bernard O. Raabe
  • Conversation between Two Lutherans concerning Church Organizations
    • Translated by Williard E. Mueller
  • Sermon by W. C. Kohn upon Louis Lochners Return from Brazil
    • Translated by Eunice H. and Scott J. Meyer
  • An Interesting Communion Vessel
    • Andrew Smith

Volume 73 (2000)

  • O. P. Kretzmann’s Valparaiso University Presidency
    • Richard Baepler
  • Herman Sasse and the Third Reich Threats to the Church
    • John R. Wilch
  • Memoirs of a World War II Chaplain
    • Edgar J. Buerger
  • Book Reviews
    • DeAne Lagerquist. The Lutherans: Student Edition. Reviewed by Paul I. Johnston.
    • Mary Todd. Authority Vested: A Story of Identity and Change in the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Reviewed by Scott R. Murray.
  • CHI Awards
  • In Memoriam: Eugene E. Fincke
    • Daniel Preus
  • Otto Paul Kretzmann (1901-1975)
    • Richard Baepler
  • Hermann Sasse’s Relations with His Erlangen Colleagues
    • Lowell C. Green
  • Introduction to a Letter by Johannes Grabau on Christian Ordination
    • Benjamin T. G. Mayes
  • A Letter by Johannes Grabau on Christian Ordination
    • Translated by Benjamin T. G. Mayes
  • Miscellany
  • Walther and the Saxon Pastors in the East
    • Marvin Huggins
  • Theodore Graebner and the Norwegian Synod 1943–1950
    • Michael Henrichs
  • Effects of Missouri’s Involvement in the Chaplaincy
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • The Wisconsin Synod and the Military Chaplaincy
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • Notices
  • Autobiography of a Pioneer Pastor: E. Rolf
    • Translated by Edward J. Arndt
  • A Clerical Family in Early Modern Germany: The Buengers
    • Louise Buenger Robbert
  • The Beginnings of Missouri Synod Work in Brazil
    • Robert G. Huebner
  • A History of the Missouri Synod’s Participation in the Military Chaplaincy, Part 2
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • Book Reviews
    • Robert C. Wiederaenders. Historical Guide to Lutheran Church Bodies of North America. Second Edition. Reviewed by Todd A. Peperkorn.
    • William G. Ross. Forging New Freedoms: Nativism, Education, and the Constitution, 1917-1927. Reviewed by Michael S. Wallace.

Volume 72 (1999)

  • A Tribute to Dr. August R. Suelflow
  • A Lutheran Archive Enters a New Millennium
    • Daniel Preus
  • Henry J. Boettcher: Missionary, Pastor, Educator
    • Frederick N. Boettcher
  • The Franckean Synod: A Voice in the Silence
    • Martin E. Conkling
  • Was American Slavery a Sinful Institution?
    • John E. Helmke
  • A History of the Missouri Synod’s Participation in the Military Chaplaincy, Part 1
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • From the Editor
  • In Memoriam: Dr. August R. Suelflow
    • Daniel Preus
  • A Friend's Tribute
    • Eugene F. Fincke
  • In Memoriam: James J. Waltke
    • Daniel Preus
  • Peter Heinrich Dicke: Pioneer Missionary of Northern Wisconsin
    • Joel Johnston
  • Trinity, Milwaukee: From an Immigrant to an Inner-City Church
    • Kathryn M. Galchutt
  • Mrs. Enid Yancy's Story: A Commentary on Trinity's Transition to an Inner-City Congregation
    • Kathryn M. Galchutt
  • Book Reviews
    • Edgar Walz. Diamond Bricks Live On in the Scandinavian Village. Reviewed by James Bollhagen.
    • Eduard Raimund Baierlein. In the Wilderness with the Red Indians: German Missionary to the Michigan Indians 1847-1853. Translated by Anita Z. Boldt and edited by Harold W. Moll. Reviewed by Robert Smith.
    • Richard Ziehr. The Struggle for Unity: The Integration of the Lutheran Church in the South. Reviewed by Richard H. Meyer.
  • New Members, 1998
  • Ambassador on the Yangtse: Max Henry Zschiegner - 1929-40
    • Max C. E. Zschiegner
  • A Mission Report from Frederica, Georgia, to Gotthilf August Francke (July 30, 1744)—Life in Frederica, St. Simons Island
    • Translated and Edited by George F. Jones
  • July 13—An Important Day for Celebration
    • Herbert A. Mueller
  • Conrad Pfund: Swiss-American Lutheran Educator
    • Roger M. Goetz
  • Book Reviews
    • Heritage in Motion: Readings in the History of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod - 1962-1995. Edited by August R. Suelflow. Reviewed by Paul A. Zimmerman.
    • Raymond M. Bost, ed. Lutheranism ... with a Southern Accent: Essays and Reports of the 17th Biennial Meeting of the Lutheran Historical Conference (1994). Reviewed by Richard H. Meyer.
  • In Memoriam: Herbert A. Mueller
  • Ambassador on the Yangtse: Max Henry Zschiegner
    • Max C. E. Zschiegner
  • A Mission Report from Frederica, Georgia, to Gotthilf August Francke (July 30, 1744)
    • Translated and Edited by George F. Jones
  • Karl Georg Stöckhardt: His Life and Labor
    • Daniel Woodring

Volume 71 (1998)

  • From the Editor
  • Samuel Simon Schmucker and the Primitive Church
    • Paul A. Baglyos
  • David Henkel and the Genesis of American Lutheran Confessionalism
    • Robert C. Carpenter and Mark Smith
  • Recalling Our Heritage: The Word of the Lord Grows in Missouri
    • Daniel Preus
  • Keeping the Home Fires Burning
    • Anita Reith Stohs
  • Book Review
    • Mark Smith and Robert C. Carpenter. Lifting High the Cross for 200 Years. Reviewed by Dale E. Griffin.
  • In Memoriam: Dr. Hilton C. Oswald, 1907-1998
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • In Memoriam: Dr. Helmut T. Lehmann, 1914-1998
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • Missioner Extraordinary: Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, Part 2
    • Helmut T. Lehmann
  • The Muhlenberg Tradition Moves South
    • Raymond M. Bost
  • Exodus from China
    • Richard H. Meyer
  • Recalling Our Heritage: Missouri's Founding and Her Debt to Luther
    • Daniel Preus
  • Book Reviews
    • Timothy C.J Quill. The Impact of the Liturgical Movement on American Lutheranism. Reviewed by Alan Ludwig.
    • George Marsden. The Outrageous Idea of Christian Scholarship. Reviewed by James A. Hagemann.
  • New Members, 1997
  • From the Editor
  • Missioner Extraordinary: Henry Melchior Muhlenberg
    • Helmut T. Lehmann
  • A Key Episode in American Lutheranism: Muhlenberg's and Zinzendorf's Encounter
    • Walter H. Wagner
  • A Cenutry of Muhlenberg Biographies: An Analysis
    • Kurt A. Bodling
  • The Church Agenda (Liturgy) of 1748
  • In Memoriam: Dr. William A. Kramer, 1900-1998
  • History of Concordia, Portland: 1905-1995
    • Erhardt P. Weber
  • C.A.T. Selle's Autobiography: Professor at Addison
    • Translated and Edited by William H. Nielsen and George R. Nielsen
  • C.A.T. Selle's Last Years
    • Christopher August Mennicke
  • Two Letters, Two Worlds: Cultural Identity in the Making
    • Raoul F. Middlemann
  • Book Review
    • Jeannine E. Olson. One Ministry, Many Roles: Deacons and Deaconesses through the Centuries. Reviewed by Roger D. Pittelko

Volume 70 (1997)

  • Aspects of Worship Practices in the History of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
    • Leonard C. Laetsch
  • Missouri's Catechetical Heritage
    • Daniel Preus
  • Some Catechisms with LCMS associations in the CHI Collection
    • Thomas Egger
  • Heathen Missions in The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
    • George J. Gude
  • The Confessionalism of Missouri in the Early Twentieth Century
    • Charles P. Arand
  • Dreams, Disappointments, Achievements: The First 150 Years of Social Ministry
    • Gene L. Svebakken and Paul Bacon
  • Leaning on the Lord during the Lean Years: The Lutheran Church during the Great Depression
    • Paul M. Heerboth
  • Retracing the Days of Old at Concordia Historical Institute
    • Mark A. Loest
  • What Sources to Use
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Book Reviews
    • Carl Schalk. Source Documents in American Lutheran Hymnody. Reviewed by Bruce Lucas.
    • What More Is There to Say But Amen: The Autobiography of Dr. Oswald C.J. Hoffmann; as told to Ronald J. Schlegel. Reviewed by Eugene F. Klug
  • The English Work of the Missouri Synod
    • William Dallmann
  • C.A.T. Selle's Illinois Pastorates: An Autobiography
    • Translated and edited by William H. Nielsen and George R. Nielsen
  • Book Review
    • Diedrich, Stricker, Tschoerner, eds. Das Gute Behaltet: Kirchen und Religioese Gemeinschaften In Der Sowjetunion und Ihren Nachfolgestaaten. Reviewed by Mark A. Loest.
  • New Members, 1996
  • From the Editor
  • Introducing a New Servant (Mark A. Loest)
    • Daniel Preus
  • Early Years of C.A.T. Selle: An Autobiography
    • Translated and edited by William H. Nielsen and George R. Nielsen
  • Mission Work in India Eighty Years Ago
    • Eric Ludwig
  • The Relationship of Werner Elert and America
    • Lowell C. Green
  • Roots of Lutheranism Heritage Tour
  • Wilhelm Löhe
    • Gerhard H. Mundinger
  • Rudolf Lange's Letter Written One Year Before the Founding of the Missouri Synod
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • Rector Georg Schick
    • Andrew and Roxanne Smith

Volume 69 (1996)

  • A Leader Sent by God's Blessing: the Rev. Dr. Paul Martin Freiburger, June 23, 1899-July 9, 1996
    • Eugene Juergensen
  • Trends in the Missouri Synod As Reflected in the Lutheran Witness
    • Leland Stevens
  • Developing An Indigenous Church in Guatemala: Robert Gussick, A Pioneer Strategic Planner
    • Douglas L. Rutt
  • A Paternal Letter from Franconia
    • Eunice Helmreich Meyer and Scott J. Meyer, translators
  • From the Editor
  • Trends in the Missouri Synod As Reflected in the Lutheran Witness
    • Leland Stevens
  • Early Lutheran Schools in Victoria, Australia
    • Charles Meyer
  • Reminiscences of 875 North Dearborn Street
    • Anita Stender
  • Book Reviews
    • Janice Brauer, ed. A Rainbow of Saris. Reviewed by Jerzey Hauptmann.
    • Brent E. Peterson. Popular Narratives and Ethnic Identity. Reviewed by Jerzey Hauptmann.
    • Carl F. Schalk. God's Song in a New Land. Reviewed by Roy Ledbetter.
  • New Members, 1995
  • A Friend Called Home (the Rev. Dr. John W. Klotz, 1918-1996)
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Home Missions in The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod: Strategies and Resources
    • Marvin A. Huggins
  • Family History and German Church Records
    • Richard W. Scheimann
  • Trends in the Missouri Synod As Reflected in the Lutheran Witness, 1882-1914
    • Leland Stevens
  • Martin Luther Tract Heads from Clayton to Germany
    • Patricia Rice
  • "Jesus Savior, Pilot Me": Address Delivered at the Hualco Dedication
    • August R. Suelflow
  • From the Editor
  • In Honor of Dr. Aug. R. Suelflow
    • Daniel Preus
  • August R. Suelflow, S.T.M., D.D.: Keeper of Synod's Attic
    • John W. Klotz
  • Church History and the Spiritual Formation of the People of God
    • A.L. Barry
  • The Archives and the Life of the Synod
    • Walter L. Rosin
  • A Reflective Look at the Structure of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
    • George J. Gude
  • The Saxon Immigration of 1839: Why They Came; Why They Succeeded
    • Robert J. Koenig and Greg Koenig
  • C. F. W. Walther: Shaped by Adversity
    • Arthur H. Drevlow
  • Greetings
    • John F. Johnson, Stephen J. Carter, Duane P. Swanson, Gerald P. Birkmann

Volume 68 (1995)

  • A Message to Our Congregations
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Georg Sverdrup: Church-State relations and the Public Schools
    • James S. Hamre
  • Henry Nau: A Son's Tribute
    • John F. Nau
  • The Henry Nau Whom I Remember
    • Richard C. Dickinson
  • Index 1992-1995
    • Marvin A. Huggins
  • From the Editor
  • Training of African-American Church Workers in the LCMS / Synodical Conference
    • George J. Gude
  • World War II Prisoners of War and the Missouri Synod
    • Steven V. Dahm
  • The Birth of a Profession
    • Dale E. Griffin
  • New Members, 1994
  • A Fountain of History
    • Daniel Preus
  • From the Editor
  • Introducing New Servants (Director Daniel Preus, Editor Leroy E. Vogel, Editor Dale E. Griffin)
    • August R. Suelflow
  • In Memoriam (The Rev. Dr. Arthur C. Repp, 1906-1994, Hans C. Mueller, 1909-1994)
    • August R. Suelflow
  • John Fritz, Father of the Son
    • Ruth Fritz Meyer
  • The Rev. L. F. E. Krause: A Paradoxical Pioneer Pastor
    • Philip von Rohr Sauer
  • Grabau and the Saxon Pioneers: The Doctrine of the Holy Ministry, 1840-1845
    • William M. Cwirla
  • Book Review
    • Peter M. Kurowski. The Lifelines of Love. Reviewed by Craig A. Du Bois
  • Words about Words
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • Gifts to Be Preserved and Restored
    • August R. Seulflow
  • J. A. O. Preus (1920-1994) An Appreciation of a Man of God
    • August R. Suelflow
  • E. L. Arndt and the Early History of the Missouri Synod in Minnesota
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • Forty Years Behind the Scenes
    • Gladys Suelflow
  • Lutheran Orphanage Home, Des Peres, Missouri
    • Charles Turner

Volume 67 (1994)

  • Editorial
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Origins of Lutheran Deaf Work: A Chronological Sketch
    • Walter D. Uhlig
  • Pi and Li, Two Counter Revolutionaries
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • Trinity Lutheran Church, St. Joseph, Michigan
    • Noel Gersonde
  • A Mission for Orphans in The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
    • James Fremont Richardson
  • In Memoriam (Jacob A. O. Preus, 1920-1994)
  • Walther as Director of Home and Foreign Missions
    • Paul M. Heerboth
  • Reminiscences From My Ministry (Part II)
    • Edgar H. Albers
  • Theodore Graebner and Martin Sommer: Do They Have Anything to Say to the Church Today?
    • David L. Mahsman
  • District Archivists
  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • Eine Wahre Fundgrube
    • August R. Suelflow
  • C. F. W. Walther and the Synodical Conference
    • George J. Gude
  • ... As I Saw It (The Dissolution of the Synodical Conference)
    • Paul G. Bretscher
  • Autobiographical Sketch (Continued)
    • Ronald W. Goetsch
  • Institute News
  • District Archivists
  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • The Institute is Like ...
    • August R. Seulflow
  • Autobiographical Sketch 1907-1942
    • Ronald W. Goetsch
  • Looking Up the Family Tree
    • Edwin J. Sondhaus
  • Service Under Synod's Depression Born "Candidate Fund" 1936-1938
    • Edgar H. Albers
  • Book Review
    • Edgar R. Trexler. Anatomy of a Merger. People, Dynamics, and Decisions that Shaped the ELCA. Reviewed by Jerrald K. Pfabe
  • New Members
  • District Archivists

Volume 66 (1993)

  • Our Medical Mission in China
    • Bernice Meyer
  • Weighed and Not Found Wanting
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • The Practicality of History
    • John F. Johnson
  • A Blessed Biennium: Reports and Minutes of the 27th Regular Membership Meeting
  • The Tapestry of Our Lutheran Heritage
    • Joyce Sauer
  • Book Review
    • Karlmann Beyschlag. Die Erlanger Theologie. Reviewed by John W. Klotz
  • District Archivists
  • The Institute's Journal
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Letters from San Francisco 1906-1931
    • George A. Bernthal
  • Our Medical Mission in China
    • Bernice Meyer
  • Conditions in the Augsburg Lutheran Parish, Waltenheim-Am-Zorn
    • C. Umhau Wolf, Translator
  • A Poetic Study of the Song of Songs
    • Erich A. von Fange
  • Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation
  • What is the Institute Worth?
    • August R. Suelflow
  • New Beginnings for Missouri
    • E.H. Meinzen
  • Our Medical Mission in China
    • Bernice Meyer
  • A Bird is a Warm-Blooded Chordate
    • William Kottmeyer
  • Flashback in the History of the China Mission
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • The Resurrection Grave
    • Gertraude Roensch
  • District Archivists
  • Yesterday Was Uncomplicated
    • August R. Suelflow
  • What Was It Like?
    • Edward H. Schroeder
  • The Joy of Genealogy
    • Elaine Mueller Rodefeld
  • Funeral Sermon for Dr. Pieper
    • Matthew C. Harrison
  • Book Review
    • Elmer C. Kiessling. Our Church, Its Life and Mission: The Story of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (A revision of You and Your Synod). Reviewed by Ronald R. Feuerhahn
  • New Members

Volume 65 (1992)

  • Thank You, Pittsburgh
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Guest Editorial
    • Robert M. Hess
  • Lutheran Beginnings in Paraguay
    • Vernon H. Harley
  • Likely Links
    • Eduard J. Arndt
  • Book Reviews
    • David R. Barnhart. The Church's Desperate Need for Revival. Reviewed by John W. Klotz
    • Rudy Skogerboe. Who Has Stolen My Church? Reviewed by John W. Klotz
  • Noteworthy: Lutheran Historical Conference Publishes Volume on Pietism
  • District Archivists
  • Archives and History
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Rosa Young's Letters to Tuskegee
    • Thomas R. Noon
  • What Reu Thought about Contemporary Education
    • Paul I. Johnston
  • Do You Know What CHI Does?
    • Roy A. Ledbetter
  • Book Reviews
    • Jeff G. Johnson. Black Christians: The Untold Lutheran Story. Reviewed by George J. Gude
    • Walter D. Kamphoefner, Wolfgang Helbich and Ulrike Sommer, eds., translated by Susan Carter Vogel. News From the Land of Freedom: German Immigrants Write Home. Reviewed by Scott J. Meyer
  • District Archivists
  • The Civil War and The Institute
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Lutheran German-American Scholar
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • C. F. W. Walther, Editor of Missouri's First and Only German Hymnbook
    • Jon D. Vieker
  • The Way It Was: Seminary Reflections, 1930-1934
    • Walter S. Wendt
  • Jens Munk Expedition Commemorated
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Do You Know What CHI Does?
    • Roy A. Ledbetter
  • The Importance of Church History
    • Oliver K. Olson
  • Editorial: On the Road Again
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • Two Essential Principles
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Guest Editorial
    • E. Theodore Bachmann
  • An Old Altar in an Old Church in a Very Old Town
    • Richard Thur
  • MATANUSKAN Reminiscences
    • Woodrow W. Kurth
  • Archives and History Work in the Synod
    • Harold M. Olsen
  • Book Reviews
    • E. Theodore Bachmann. Lutheran Churches in the World.). Reviewed by George J. Gude
    • Jean M. and Edith M. Matteson. Blossoms of the Prairie: The History of the Danish Lutheran Churches in Nebraska. Reviewed by Edward A. Johnson
    • Gregory L. Jackson. Liberalism: Its Cause and Cure. Reviewed by Thomas Manteufel
    • Roy Burgess. Early Missourians. Reviewed by Roy A. Ledbetter
    • Herman Amburg Preus. Edited and translated with an Introduction by Todd W. Nichol. Vivacious Daughter: Seven Lectures in the Religious Situation Among Norwegians in America. Reviewed by William J. Schmelder
  • District Archivists

Volume 64 (1991)

  • An Editorial: In Memoriam (Dr. George J. Beto, 1916-1991)
    • August R. Suelflow, Leroy E. Vogel
  • One Stop at the Gas Pump
    • August R. Suelflow
  • How Sweet it is!
    • John C. Zimmermann
  • Lutheran Stories and American Context
    • Paul A. Baglyos
  • Index, (1988-1991)
    • Marvin A. Huggins
  • Editorial: What's in a Name?
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • Our Mission and Ministry
    • August R. Suelflow
  • The Luther House in Wittenberg
    • Martin Treu, translated by Roy Ledbetter
  • A Remarkable Letter
    • Reinhold Stallmann
  • A Biographical History
    • Lambert J. Mehl
  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • A Pioneer Pastor's Wife, 1903-1907
    • Sophia Zersen
  • NUNC Dimittis
    • William A. Kottmeyer
  • A Biographical History
    • Lambert J. Mehl
  • Book Review
    • Robert G. Hoerber. Studies in the New Testament. Reviewed by Leroy E. Vogel
  • District Archivists
    • Roy A. Ledbetter
  • The Importance of Church History
    • Oliver K. Olson
  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • "What's an Archives?"
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Caroling in May
    • Dan Czaplewski
  • Confessional Kin Worldwide
    • E. Theodore Bachmann
  • A Biographical History
    • Lambert J. Mehl
  • A Letter from India - 1875
    • Gottfried H. Naumann
  • Mission To Georgia and Alabama - 1834
    • William Richard Fritz, Sr.
  • Book Review
    • Carl A. Volz. Pastoral Life and Practice in the Early Church.). Reviewed by George J. Gude
  • New Members 1990

Volume 63 (1990)

  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • An Undistorted Christmas Eve
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • A Biographical History
    • Lambert J. Mehl
  • Albert Jabs, 1910-1989: Father and Teacher
    • Albert E. Jabs
  • Institute News
  • Book Review
    • Philip A. Nordquist. Educating for Service: Pacific Lutheran University, 1890-1990. Reviewed by John W. Klotz
  • A History of Jerusalem Lutheran Church, Collinsville, Illinois
    • Gary A. Bickner
  • Founders Day Installation
  • District Archivists
  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • Requests, Appeals, and Things
    • August R. Suelflow
  • MELIM's Beginnings in Ceylon
    • E.H. Meinzen
  • "Bethlehem": An Invitation
  • Paul Henkel and the Revivals
    • R.H. Baur
  • Walther and the Ministry
    • Jerald C. Joersz
  • Book Review
    • John W. Klotz, ed. Light for our World: Essays Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri. Reviewed by George J. Gude
  • The Audience Response System at the 57th Regular Convention of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
    • Alvin V. Kollmann
  • From the Field
  • New Members 1989
  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • From the Managing Editor (Cemeteries: C. H. R. Lange)
    • August R. Suelflow
  • The Second Circuit Rider on the Soo Line
    • Frederick Zersen, David Zersen, trans.
  • The Education of Herman Heinrich Walker
    • H.H. Walker, Mrs. Robert Pope, trans.
  • Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge (Sermon at the dedication of CHI's additional facilities)
    • Robert C. Sauer
  • Martin Stephan's Published Sermons
    • Paul H. Burgdorf
  • From the Editor
    • Leroy E. Vogel
  • A Time of Change
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Heinrich Immanuel Naumann
    • W. Huebener; Gottfried Heinrich Naumann, trans.
  • A Day at the Mission Compound
    • Georg A. Naumann; Gottfried Heinrich Naumann, trans.
  • 150th Anniversary Sermon
    • Ralph A. Bohlmann
  • 25th Biennial Membership Meeting Reports and Minutes
  • Book Review
    • Luther W. Meinzen. A Church in Mission - Identity and Purpose in India. Reviewed by Roberto G. Huebner
  • From the Field

Volume 62 (1989)

  • Editorial
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • Among Our Founding Fathers
    • Wilbert E. Bok, Maurice D. Ellwein, Vern Gauger, Donald Knoll, Viola Klauck, Carol Laur, Heather Ott
  • The Saxon Booklet
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Some Heinrich von Rohr Letters and A Tribute to His Widow
    • Philip von Rohr Sauer
  • Journey to Los Angeles
    • Bjug Harstad
  • From the Field
  • Editorial
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • Among Our Founding Fathers
    • Gladys Eckhardt, Jean Muck, Elinor Will, Werner Steinbach, Robert E. Boyce, David Young
  • Original By-laws of Trinity Lutheran Church, Altenburg, MO
    • Vernon R. Meyr, trans.
  • Ministry to German POWs at Fort Sill
    • Herbert H. Stahnke
  • With My Synod in Western Canada
    • Richard G. Patz
  • From the Field
  • Institute Report: Report tot he International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1987/88
  • Book Reviews
    • Craig S. Stanford. The Death of the Lutheran Reformation. Reviewed by John W. Klotz
    • Dennis A. Kastens. The Neuhart Chronicles. Reviewed by Roy Ledbetter
  • Institute News: Huggins Installed, Conference on Archives and History
  • Among Our Founding Fathers
    • LeRoy Boehlke, Herbert E. Dube, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Pruetz adn Elmer Wagner
  • Reminiscences of Synodical Service 1940-1970
    • William A. Kramer
  • Gotthold Heinrich Loeber, Stalwart Saxon Immigrant
    • Thekla and Anita Loeber
  • Memoirs of My Alma Mater
    • Daniel Bella
  • Address at Groundbreaking
    • John C. Zimmermann
  • Institute News: Groundbreaking at Concordia Historical Institute, Huggins Accepts Position at Concordia Historical Institute, New Publication by Lutheran Historical Conference
  • From the Field
  • Institute Report: Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1986-87
  • New Members 1987
  • New Members 1988
  • Editorial
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • Among Our Founding Fathers
    • Dennis Rathert, Eugene W. Camann, Loren H. Osman
  • C. F. W. Walther and the Heritage of Pietist Conventicles
    • David John Zersen
  • Depression Ministry
    • Philip Janz
  • Institute News: New News on the Building Addition, Awards Conferred by Concordia Historical Institute

Volume 61 (1988)

  • St. Peter's Museum in Schaumburg
    • John R. Sternberg
  • Lutherans and the Battle of Cole Camp
    • Roger Moldenhauer
  • Outlaw Parochial Education?
    • Timothy Mark Pies and Beth Ann Klemp
  • Katherine Lehmann and Church Work in India
    • L. DeAne Lagerquist
  • From the Field
  • Book Reviews
    • Karl J.R. Arndt. George Rapp's Years of Glory. Reviewed by John W. Klotz
    • Ingerose Paust. Auszug der Achthundert, Abenteuer einer Gemeinde. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald
    • E.H. Wendland, comp. Ibibio: The Life and Letters of William and Leola Schweppe in Africa. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald
  • Portrait of a Pastoral Father
    • Rudolf J.S. Keyl
  • Byron Nelson - Contender for Creation
    • Elizabeth Nelson Taylor
  • No Umbrella Needed (reaction to the Scopes Trial)
    • Kevin Neuberger
  • Institute Report: Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1984/85
  • Institute News: Archives and History Conference
  • Editorial
    • D'Arcy Hande
  • Authenticating Bach's Calov Bible
    • Howard H. Cox
  • Life and Ministry of Johann Wolter
    • Albert T. Bostelmann
  • Black Lutherans in Rowan County
    • Wiley Immanuel Lash
  • Ed Doering, Oregon Pioneer
    • Carl F. Nitz
  • From the Field
  • Book Reviews
    • Guenther Stiller. Johann Sebastian Bach and Liturgical Life in Leipzig. Reviewed by Edward A. Johnson
  • New Members 1986
  • A Trip into the Yukon Region, 1898-1899
    • Bjug Harstad
  • The Serbin Story - Historic Preservation and Outreach in Evangelism
    • Paul W. Hartfield
  • Fred Pritzlaff, 1861-1951
    • J. Henry Gienapp
  • Institute Report: Minutes 24th Biennial Business Meeting, Concordia Historical Institute, 6 November 1987
  • From the Field

Volume 60 (1987)

  • A Faculty Opinion: Rendered by the Theological Faculty of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri, in Regard to the Ecclesiastical Suit in Racine, Wisconsin in 1874
    • Edward A. Johnson, trans.
  • A Bit of Family History
    • Gustav R. Karau
  • Third Sermon at the Synodical Convention
    • C. F. W. Walther, translated by Everette W. Meier
  • Institute Report: Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1985/86
  • Index 1984-1987
    • Hans C. Mueller
  • Editorial
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • From the Field
    • Paul M. Freiburger, Ernest F. Guenther, Adalbert R. Kretzmann, Adolph M. Harstad
  • Planning an Archives Structure for Lutherans in America
    • Roland M. Baumann
  • Adolph Pfund, Swiss-American Pioneer Lutheran
    • Roger M. Goetz
  • Institute Report
    • Institute Honors [Harry L.] Smith, [Joseph B.] Wilson, and Others
    • Board of Governors Selected for CHI
    • Lutheran Historical Conference Essays Published
    • Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1982/83
    • Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1983/84
  • Book Review
    • P. Lauritz Larsen. Jacob Aal Ottesen Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
  • Book Notices
    • Book on Descendants of Luther to Appear. Reviewed by Dennis A. Kastens.
    • A. J. F. Zieglschmid, ed. Die älteste Chronik der Hutterischen Brüder, Ein Sprachdenkmal aus frühneuhochdeutscher Zeit. Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt.
  • Institute News: Institute Features Walter Exhibition; Walther Painting Restored; New Curators at Saxon Lutheran Memorial
  • Editorial - Remembering Your Leaders
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Death and Burial of C. F. W. Walther
    • Erich B. Allwardt
  • Walther's Pastoral Approach Reflected in His Letters
    • George J. Gude, Jr.
  • Congregation and the State - The Essay of the 8th Convention of the Western District of the LCMS Held in 1862
    • C. F. W. Walther; Robert E. Smith, trans.
  • From the Field
  • Book Reviews
    • C. F. W. Walther. Selected Writings of C. F. W. Walther. Reviewed by John C. Wohlrabe, Jr. and J. A. O. Preus III
  • The Saxons in Missouri
    • William A. Kramer
  • Berkenmeyer and Lutheran Orthodoxy in New York
    • David Jay Webber
  • Clarence Damschroeder, English Lutheran Pioneer in the West
    • C. Douglas Kroll
  • Book Reviews
    • Richard W. Solberg. Lutheran Higher Education in North America. Reviewed by John W. Klotz
    • James M. Kittelson. Luther the Reformer: The Story of the Man and His Career. Reviewed by Kurt A. Bodling.
    • Francis Pieper, Adapted by J. Theodore Mueller, Tom G. A. Hardt, trans. Kristen Dogmatik ("Christian Dogmatics"). Reviewed by Gunnar Edwardsson
    • Arthur C. Repp. Luther's Catechism Comes to America: Theological Effects on the Issues of the Small Catechism Prepared In or For America Prior to 1850. Reviewed by August R. Suelflow.

Volume 59 (1986)

  • Editorial: Septima?
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • World War II Crisis in Brazil
    • George L. Miller
  • An Unforgettable Christmas
    • Kurt Biel
  • Autobiography
    • Herman F. C. Wetzel
  • Fick Family Chronicle
    • Elise Fick
  • From the Field
  • Book Reviews
    • Bjarne Wollen Teigen. The Lord's Supper in the Theology of Martin Chemnitz. Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
    • Emory Lindquist. Hagbard Brase, Beloved Music Master. Reviewed by Joel W. Lundeen.
    • Dorris A. Flesner. George Henry Trabert, Pioneer English Lutheran Missionary in Minnesota. Reviewed by Joel W. Lundeen.
    • Gotthold Heinrich Loeber; Vernon R. Meyr, trans. History of the Saxon Lutheran Immigration to East Perry County, Missouri, in 1839. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald.
    • Marilyn A. Wellauer. German Immigration to America in the Nineteenth Century: A Genealogist's Guide. Reviewed by August R. Suelflow.
  • Called to Serve the Maoris
    • Carol F. Kupke
  • Have Bible - Will Travel - Send Ticket: A Brief Biography of Dr. deWitt Peter Robinson, 1906-1985
    • Norman Groteluschen
  • God's Grace and Providential Care in My Life
    • C. August Hardt
  • Fick Family Chronicle
    • Elise Fick
  • Institute News
    • Art Contest Winners
    • Quarterly Microfilmed
    • Walther Painting Restored
  • Editorial
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • Lutheran Lay Ministry, 25 Years (Part Three)
    • Ronald H. Jahnke
  • Memories of Graduates, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis 1910-1923
    • Eric C. Stumpf
  • God's Grace and Providential Car in My Life
    • C. August Hardt
  • Institute News
    • Successful Archives Conference
    • New Archives and History Volume Published
    • Museum Extension Services Discontinued
    • Wohlrabe Accepts Institute Post
  • From the Field
  • Institute Report: Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1981/82
  • Lutheran Lay Ministry, 25 Years (Parts I and II)
    • Ronald H. Jahnke
  • Memories of Graduates, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, 1910-1923
    • Eric C. Stumpf
  • Hans von Trotha to Pope Alexander VI, July 12, 1499
    • Dennis A. Kastens
  • Institute Report: Minutes of the 23rd Biennial Business Meeting, Concordia Historical Institute, 13, November 1985
  • Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws
  • Book Reviews
    • David W. Detjen. The Germans in Missouri, 1900-1918. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald.
    • Edna M. Bentz. If I Can, You Can Decipher Germanic Records. 3rd ed. Reviewed by Ann C. Sherwin.
    • Herbert G. May, ed.. Oxford Bible Atlas. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
    • Carlyn Ring, started by R. Bartlett Saalfrank. For Bitters Only. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.

Volume 58 (1985)

  • Pfefferkuchenhaus
    • Anna Rippe Dorn
  • Pastor John Kilian's Shipboard Diary
    • Joseph Wilson
  • Eyewitness at Eisleben November 10, 1983
    • Frederick Victor Smith
  • Adolph John Soldan, 1877-1971
    • Albert T. Bostelmann
  • Wittenberg, Missouri, 1839-1984
    • Edison Shrum
  • American Laestadianism Schismatic?
    • Philip J. Esala
  • From the Field: Anna M. Lewerenz
  • A Curious People - A Usable Past
    • Martin E. Marty
  • Some Paitzdorf Saxons
    • LaVerne T. Boehmke
  • How Great Really Was Bach?
    • William B. Heyne
  • Mission to the Chippewas, 1857-1868
    • Leland R. Stevens
  • Institute News
    • Institute Art Contest Winners
    • Walther Statue at Rest
    • Institute Makes Awards
  • Book Reviews
    • Fay D. Metcalf and Matthew T. Downey. Using Local History in the Classroom. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
    • Hugo Schnell. Martin Luther und die Reformation auf München und Mediallen. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
    • Brad Jolly. Videotaping Local History. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
    • Karl J. R. Arndt, comp. and ed. Economy on the Ohio 1826-1834: George Rapp's Third Harmony. Reviewed by Gerhardt Kramer.
  • Editorial: Conference on Lutheran Archivists in the U.S.
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Immanuel Congregation, Proviso, Illinois, 1858-1908
    • Heinrich Roehrs; Walther R. Roehrs, trans.
  • Illustrierte Abendschule
    • Herman A. Mayer
  • The Beginning of Lutheran and Catholic Education in Michigan's Saginaw Valley
    • Timothy Mark Pies
  • Lutheran Archives - Bless Them!
    • E.J. Sondhaus, Jr.
  • The Stuckenberg Collection
    • Richard A. Hoehn
  • New Members 1984-1985
  • From the Field
  • Editorials
    • Our New Dress (CHI Cover Design). August R. Suelflow
    • CHI Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. Harold A. Olsen
  • Youthful Remembrances
    • Walter O. Umbach
  • The Beginnings of Lutheran And Catholic Education in Michigan's Saginaw Valley
    • Timothy Mark Pies
  • Zionsgemeinde, Palmenthal
    • Gottfried H. Naumann
  • Our Indian Work in Wisconsin
    • Verona Gutekunst
  • Institute News
    • CHI Bach Display
    • Historical Conference Essays Published
    • Institute Honors Kramer and Others
    • Col. E. T. Koch Passes Away
    • Walther Mausoleum in Peril
  • From the Field: Daniels Elected China Broadcast Consortium Chairman

Volume 57 (1984)

  • Women of the Saxon Immigration and Their Church
    • Linda Schelbitzki Pickle
  • Augustana and Her Relatives
    • Conrad Bergendoff
  • Regina Indian Story
    • Edwin A. Reinke and Kurt A. T. Bodling
  • "God's Wonderful Ways": THe Autobiography of E. L. Arndt
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • P. E. Kretzmann and Fellowship in the LCMS
    • Charles Paulson
  • From the Field: The E. L. Arndt China Papers, 1913-1929; Help Received [in identifying a people in a photo]
  • Book Reviews
    • Martin E. Marty. Health and Medicine in the Lutheran Tradition. Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
    • Siegbert W. Becker. The Foolishness of God. Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
    • LaVerne Telle Boehmke, comp. The Descendants of Johann Beohmke, ca. 1818-1883. Reviewed by Werner R. Krause.
    • Morton A. Schroeder. Martin Luther - Man of God. Reviewed by William A. Kramer.
    • James Edward McGoldrick. Luther's English Connection. Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
    • Gerhard Kramer on Shaw's Legacy, reported by August R. Suelflow
  • New Members 1983
  • Editorials
    • Welcome, Sister (WELS Historical Institute Journal). August R. Suelflow
    • Lutherans Fall Short on History of Lutheranism. Martin E. Marty
  • Young John Henry Sieker
    • Ella Hesse Fick
  • Unlocking the Mysteries of German Fraktur Script
    • Hilbert A. Handrich
  • Radical Leadership
    • Herbert Mueller
  • Minutes of the First Lutheran Teachers Conference in St. Louis
    • Leonard J. Dierker
  • Cornhusking Vacation
    • Lenore M. Salvaneschi
  • The Pickelmanns of Velden, Germany, and Frankenmuth, Michigan
    • Henry M. Pickelmann
  • Institute News
    • Oswald Hoffmann Cited
    • Repp Catechism Collection Donated
    • Institute Governor Honored (Robert W. Selle)
    • Help! (to identify people in a photo)
  • From the Field: Important Historic Data Found (letters of Henry David and Gerhard Muller); Ben Holt is 102; An Interesting Response (from E. C. Zimmermann)
  • Book Reviews
    • Mark Wyman. Immigrants in the Valley. Reviewed by William A. Kramer.
    • James E. Spaulding. Coin of the Realm: An Introduction to Numismatics. Reviewed by August R. Suelflow.
    • Scott J. Meyer. Fifty Years in the Footsteps of Walther: Biography of William C. Kohn. Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
    • Arlene Eakle and Johni Cerny. The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
    • Arta F. Johnson. A Guide to the Spelling and Pronunciation of German Names. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
    • Arta F. Johnson. How to Read German Church Records Without Knowing Much German. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
  • Selected Chapters from The Book of Jack-Ed
    • Lester H. Gierach
  • Frieda M. Damm, Red Cross Nurse, 1917-1919
    • Gertrude and Naomi Hahn
  • The St. Louis Gesammtgemeinde - Its Demise
    • Erich Allwardt
  • The Life and Ministry of Alfred W. Trinklein, An Autobiography, II
    • Alfred W. Trinklein
  • Historical Research Before The Computers
    • Richard T. Du Brau
  • Concordia Seminary, December 16, 1896 - June 24, 1898
    • Lenore M. Salvaneschi
  • The Life and Ministry of Alfred W. Trinklein, An Autobiography, I
    • Alfred W. Trinklein
  • Chaplain Oscar W. Schoech, Missionary to War Criminals
    • Andrew J. Buehner
  • Institute Reports: Minutes of the 22nd Biennial Business Meeting of Concordia Historical Institute, 9 November 1983
  • Institute News
    • Olsen Elected President of Historical Institute
    • Board of Governors Selected
    • Board President Retires (Harry L. Smith)
    • Fuerbringer Collection Acquired
    • Fumigation Equipment
  • Revised Constitution

Volume 56 (1983)

  • Concordia Chinensis
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • St. Louis Seminary Memoirs, 1919-23
    • Walter Keisker
  • To the Federation of Lutheran Women, Ft. Wayne, June 1980
    • Marie Moehring
  • An Address to the LWML Archivists-Historians, June 21, 1983
    • Gilbert T. Otte
  • New Members 1982
  • Institute News: Publication Announced; Lutheran Brotherhood Sponsors Archivists; Visitor Center Dedicated at Frohna; Archives Conference Deemed as Success
  • From the Field: Indian Monument Dedicated on Memorial Day [at Frankenmuth, Michigan]
  • Book Reviews
    • Klaus Wust and Heinz Moos, eds. Three Hundred Years of German Immigrants in Northern America, 1683-1983: Their Contributions to the Evolution of the New World. Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
    • David E. Kyvig and Myron A. Marty. Nearby History: Exploring the Past Around You. Reviewed by Kurt A. Bodling.
  • Index Volumes 53 to 56 (1980-1983)
    • Hans C. Mueller
  • Luther for German Americans - The St. Louis Edition of Luther's Works, 1880-1910
    • Robert Kolb
  • Collecting the Luther Birthdays
    • Kurt A. Bodling
  • Pioneer Missionaries of MELIM
    • Hans Kirsten
  • Zur Einigung, The St. Paul Theses - A Documentary Study
    • John C. Wohlrabe, Jr.
  • Luther's Descendants Today
    • Dennis A. Kastens
  • Editorial - Volunteer Work
    • Hans C. Mueller
  • The Fourth Transport of Georgia Salzburgers, Part II
    • George F. Jones and Don Savell, trans. and eds.
  • Heinrich von Rohr and the Great Emigration of 1839
    • Philip von Rohr Sauer
  • The Lord in Brazil
    • George J. Mueller
  • Institute News: Suelflow Certified Genealogist; 35 Years at CHI
  • Institute Report: Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm and Photoduplication Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1980-81
  • From the Field: Superstitions
  • Book Reviews
    • David G. Trumper and Frederick A Niedner, Jr. Keeping the Faith. Reviewed by John W. Klotz.
    • Glenn W. Offermann, ed. The Church and History: A Guide for Archivists and Historians. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald.
  • Editorial - Dr. Ben Holt, Centenarian
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • The Fourth Transport of Georgia Salzburgers, Part I
    • George F. Jones and Don Savell, trans. and eds.
  • Letters to Germany: J. William Helmkamp (1857-1908)
    • Emma Helmkamp Dinda
  • My First Nickel and My Last Dollar (2 Little Boys & 5 Prunes)
    • Ben Holt
  • Institute News: Dorris A. Flesner Honored; Microfilm Project Announced; Dr. Du Brau Honored
  • Book Reviews
    • Miriam Usher Chrisman and Otto Gründler. Social Groups and Religious Ideas in the Sixteenth Century. Reviewed by Kurt A. Bodling.
    • George Fenwick Jones and others, trans. and eds. Henry Newman's Salzburger Letterbooks. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald.

Volume 55 (1982)

  • The Lay-Activity Controversy Among Norwegian Lutherans in America
    • Lowell Bolstad
  • Henry Eyster Jacobs, Confessional Pennsylvania-German Lutheran
    • C. George Fry
  • The Collegium Fratrum
    • William A. Kramer
  • Some CYCOM Observations
    • Fredrik A. Schiotz
  • The Meandering of an Historian
    • Conrad Bergendoff
  • Remember - Forget Not
    • Alvin W. Mueller
  • Editorial - Tribute to Gerhardt Kramer
    • August R. Suelflow
  • Editorial Note
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • The Search for My Father's Grave
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • Our Danube Germans
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • E. A. Brauer, Champion of Confessional Lutheranism
    • Ronald Bogenschneider
  • Laur. Larsen and the Church of Norway
    • Todd Nichol
  • Institute News: Art Contest Winners; Flesner Volume Published; Heritage of Cooking
  • Book Reviews
    • Karl J. R. Arndt, comp. Harmony on the Connoquenessing 1803-1815. Reviewed by Gerhardt Kramer.
    • Helen M. Knubel, ed. An Introductory Guide to Lutheran Archives and Collections. Reviewed by Kurt A. T. Bodling.
    • Donald J. Sneen. Prairie Faith, Pioneering People: A History of the Lutheran Church in South Dakota. Reviewed by Kurt Bodling.
    • Book Note: Wyneken Notruf in English.
  • New Members 1981
  • Editorial - Congratulations to Our 100-Year-Old Sister (The Lutheran Witness)
    • August R. Suelflow
  • August C. Stellhorn - A Biographical Sketch
    • William C. Rietschel
  • Dedication Address - The Chaplains Memorial
    • John W. Vessey, Jr.
  • The Statement of the 44, 1945-1979
    • A. T. Kretzmann
  • The Michigan Synod School of the Prophets in 1889
    • Thomas Ziebell
  • Editorial
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • Peter Christian Trandberg and the Free Church Ideal Among Danish-American Lutherans
    • Frederick Hale
  • My Rival
    • Alfred Ira
  • Institute Report: Minutes from the 21st Biennial Business Meeting of Concordia Historical Institute, 11 November 1981
  • Institute News
    • Archivist Investigate Computer Use
    • Roy A. Suelflow Cited Posthumously
    • Staff Changes: Jean Baue, Debb Andrus, Julie Mertens, Melinda Scheich
    • A Midsuno Sequel
    • Two Reelected: Gerald P. Birkmann, Victor H. Hoemann
    • 25 Years of Christmas Gingerbread
    • Completed Book on Slovak Lutherans [by August A. Skodacek]
    • Texas Wendish Heritage Society
    • History Repeats Itself [signing of presentation copy of Lutheran Worship]

Volume 54 (1981)

  • The German Lutherans in Boston
    • Karl A. Lurix
  • A Letter from India
    • E. C. Zimmermann
  • The Schwaebisch Synod
    • Philip Janz
  • The Edward L. Arndt Photographic Laboratory
    • Edward J. Arndt
  • Institute News
    • Institute Receives Bertermann Papers
    • WELS Historical Institute Organized
    • Crafts of the Past
    • Brunn Honored
    • Priceless Walther Portrait Stolen
    • New Reference and Research Assistant (Kurt A. T. Bodling)
  • Book Reviews
    • Roy A Suelflow, trans. and ed. Correspondence of C. F. W. Walther.
    • Kolehmainen Bibliography. Reviewed by Gerhard Aho.
  • Book Notices: Archives and History Volume Published; Auxiliary Hosts Autograph Party; Wendish History Available Again
  • New Members in 1980
  • The Walter A. Maier Study Dedicatory Address, Concordia Historical Institute, May 17, 1981
    • William A. Kramer
  • Henry Signaro Midsuno: A Japan Mission in 1895?
    • E. C. Zimmermann
  • The Doederlein Diary: A Sequel
    • Rudolph Wangerin
  • Professors' Conferences
    • Herbert G. Bredemeier
  • John William Theiss: Pastor and President, Poet and Painter
    • Richard T. Du Brau
  • God with the Wends
    • William Martin
  • Institute News
    • Maier Study Replica Dedicated
    • Graebner Papers Opened
    • CHI Receives Theiss Collection
    • Quilt Donated to CHI
    • Peace, Friedenberg, Rededicated
  • Missouri and World Lutheranism at Bad Boll in 1949
    • Karl J. R. Arndt
  • Lorry Meyer, the Memorable Maverick Who Lifted Missouri into the 20th Century
    • Herman W. Gockel
  • Edmonton Diary, 1924-1925
    • H. Earl Miller
  • Friedrich Carl Theodore Ruhland, 1836-1879
    • Gottfried H. Naumann
  • A Walther Sermon for the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany
    • John M. Drickamer, trans.
  • Institute News
    • Moldenhauer Accepts Call to Parish
    • Selle Accepts Appointment to Institute Board
    • Institute Receives Exquisite Cup
  • Johann Michael Gottlieb Schaller, A Biography
    • August L. Graebner; Walter R. Roehrs, trans.
  • A Gutachten for Pastor Sieker
    • Roy A. Suelflow, trans.
  • Mission Report to Germany, 1866
    • Moritz Michael; Johannes U. Oesch, trans.
  • Institute News
    • Lando C. Otto, 1912-1980
    • Roy A. Suelflow, 1918-1981
    • Suelflow Addresses World Conference on Records
    • Archives Manual Announced
    • Institute Accepts Historic Property
  • Book Reviews
    • Theodore G. Ahrendt. The Lutherans in Georgia. Reviewed by Walter C. Daib.
    • Mercia Brenne Bachmann, ed. Lutheran Mission Directory. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.
    • Karl J. R. Arndt, comp. and ed. George Rapp's Separatists: The German Prelude to Rapp's American Harmony Society, 1700-1803. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald.

Volume 53 (1980)

  • Illinois State University and the Early Lutheran Church of Springfield, Illinois
    • Kalmer K. Klammer and the Historical Committee
  • The Home I Loved
    • Clara Seuel Schreiber
  • Pastor Stute in Langlade County
    • Alfred Ira; A. Ira Grimm, trans.
  • From the Field: Andreae Descendants in Michigan; Wamby's Triple Play Unassisted
  • Institute Report
    • Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Photoduplication and Microfilm Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1979
    • 1979 Historical Awards Conferred
    • New Index and Bibliography
    • Historical Conference Essays
    • New Curator at Saxon Memorial
  • Book Notices
    • Archives and History Volume
    • Two Maier Books
  • Autobiography of Theodore Arthur Buenger, 1886-1957
    • Richard E. Buenger, trans.
  • The Shelbyville Tent Mission, August 19-31, 1934
    • Otto K. Horstman
  • The Pomeranian Stable of Southeastern Wisconsin
    • Charles F. Calkins and Martin C. Perkins
  • Fiddle-Playing Teacher
    • Charles E. Werth
  • Institute News
    • Saxon Lutheran Memorial in National Historic Register
    • New Quarterly Index Published
    • Kramer Reelected
    • Keyl-Walther Gifts to Institute
  • From the Field
    • Write A Periodic History of My Congregation? Are You Kidding? by Ronald A. Fandrick.
    • Dedication of St. Paul's First School Building Site [Addison, Illinois] by Martin Kaste.
    • History Revered at St. Paul School Site.
    • How Come? [Eduard Preuss defection to Catholicism]
  • Book Reviews
    • John F. Nau. Nau! Mission Inspired. Reviewed by Roy A Suelflow.
    • Warren A. Quanbeck, Eugene L. Fevold, Gerhard, E. Frost, Paul G. Sonnack, eds. Striving for Ministry. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.
    • Oscar T. Walle. Lest We Forget - Lest We Forget!: A History of Concordia Senior College, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1957-1977. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.
    • David G. Truemper, ed. Confession and Congregation: Resources for Parish Life and Work. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.
  • New Members in 1979
  • Wanted: Emperors and Lords
  • Daniel Payne and the Lutherans
    • Thomas R. Noon
  • H. D. Wacker, Besucher, Reiseprediger, Pastor in Frontier Texas
    • Walter W. Snyder
  • Institute Report
    • Minutes - 20th Biennial Business Meeting of Concordia Historical Institute, 7 November 1979
    • President's Report
    • A Beneficent Biennium - Director's Report
    • Financial Statement
    • Constitution and Bylaws, Revised November 1979
    • Memorial to the Military Chaplaincy
  • John Adam Rimbach and Life in the Northwest District
    • Raymond W. Rimbach
  • Statesman on a Shoestring: John A. Morehead and the Harbin Refugees, 1930-1932
    • Frederick K. Wentz
  • Then ... Now
    • Walter Keisker
  • Georg Sverdrup's "Errand into the Wilderness": Building the "Free and Living" Congregation
    • James Hamre

Volume 52 (1979)

  • Pioneer Lutheran Missionary to the Chippewas: Autobiography of E. G. H. Miessler (1826-1916)
    • H. C. Miessler, trans.
  • A Great Man Among Us
    • Ruth Schowalter
  • Index to Volumes 49 to 52 (1976-1979)
    • Hans C. Mueller
  • The Beginnings of Montana Lutheranism (1881-1900)
    • Oswald F. Wagner
  • Freedom of Speech Means Freedom to Teach: The Constitutional Battle in Nebraska, 1919-1923
    • Paul I. Johnston
  • A Teacher Examination in 1858
    • William A. Kramer
  • The Alabama Black Lutheran Mission Field of 1916-1931: How It Looks Today
    • Thomas R. Noon
  • From the Field
    • Trinity Church City's Historic Site (Detroit, Michigan)
    • Associate District Archivist Honored (Edith C. Otte)
    • Another Carter Reminiscence (Marmaduke Carter)
    • Dr. Alfred Rehwinkel Awarded Certificate
  • Book Reviews
    • Dorothy Weyer Creigh. Nebraska: A Bicentennial History. Reviewed by Roger R. Moldenhauer.
    • Marianne O. de Bopp, with Cecilia Tercero. A La Nobleza Cristiana de Nacion Alemana, Sobre el Mejoramiento del Estado de Los Cristianos (Mexican Edition of Luther's "An den christlichen Adel deutscher Nation"). Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt.
    • Luther A. Gotwald, Jr.. Writing Congregational History. Reviewed by George Heider.
  • New Members in 1978
  • Was Muhlenberg a Pietist?
    • Robert F. Scholz
  • Institute Report
    • Historical Institute Dedicates "New Place for Old Things" (building addition)
    • The Order of Service for the Dedication of the Addition to the Facilities of Concordia Historical Institute, February 11, 1979
    • The Address, That We May Know by Robert Hirsch
    • A Challenge for Action: Address by Charles H. Burmeister
    • Institute Award Presented: Address by John G. Suelflow to Pastor Plischke
    • Moldenhauer Accepts Call as Archivist-Librarian
    • Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1978
  • Missouri and Bad Boll, 1948
    • Karl J. R. Arndt
  • From the Field
    • Dr. Rehwinkel in Canada
    • On the Color of Blood
    • A Record? (Trinity, Detroit, Michigan)
    • From a Friend (Albert Stites)
    • Parallels (Helene Emma Naumann's recollections in "Life of Many Blessings")
    • A Wedding Poem by Gottlob Heinrich Wilhelm Walther, translated by G. H. Naumann.
  • Institute News
    • Huggins Accepts Call to Parish
    • Historical Institute Receives Major Gift
    • Archives-History Awards Presented
    • The Saxon Memorial
  • Book Reviews
    • Page Smith, ed. Religious Origins of the American Revolution. Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt.
    • Jeremy Murray-Brown. Faith and the Flag: The Opening of Africa. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.
    • J. Herbert Kane. A Concise History of the christian World Mission: A Panoramic View of Missions from Pentecost to the Present. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.
    • Thomas L. Davis. Shoots: A Guide to Your Family's Photographic Heritage. Reviewed by August R. Suelflow.
    • Book Note: The Lives of Two Men.

Volume 51 (1978)

  • Editorial: On Reaching the Man in the Pew
    • Gilbert T. Otte
  • Mission to India 30-50 Years Ago
    • H. Earl Miller
  • The Saxon Lutheran Memorial: A Case History in Preservation
    • Gerhardt Kramer
  • A Swedish Pastor Among Germans: Niels Albert Wihlborg, 1848-1928
    • Ferdinand Reith
  • Melusina's Legacy
    • Translated by Stella Wuerffel
  • Institute News
    • President Kramer Honored
    • Roots found Through CHIQ
    • CHI Award Transmitted (Herman G. Stuempfle's remarks to A. Roger Gobbel)
    • Why Concordia Historical Institute Patently Needs Financial Support to Supplement Synodical Subsidies
  • Editorial: Institute Quarterly Completes 50 Years
    • August R. Suelflow and Hilton C. Oswald
  • The Doederlein Diary: 17 May 1859 - February 1860
    • Introduction and Notes, Roger Moldenhauer
    • The Diary Text, Translated by William A. Kramer
    • Notes to the Diary, Roger Moldenhauer
  • Institute Reports: Report to the International Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1977
  • New Members in 1977
  • Editorial
    • Robert F. Scholz
  • The Floating City
    • Martin E. Lundi
  • Raphael's Tears II
    • Ernst Eckhardt
  • Concise History of Emanuel Lutheran Congregation, Corona, Queens Borough, New York, 1887-1907
    • Frederick G. Wyneken
  • Why Concordia Historical Institute?
    • William A. Kramer
  • The Pastor as Historian
    • David J. Wartluft
  • Institute News
    • Two Elected to Institute Board (Gerald P Birkmann, Victor H. Hoemann)
    • Lutheran Historical Conference Essays Published
    • Institute Establishes Genealogy Fee
    • Institute to Close on Weekends
  • From the Field
    • A Golden Tribute to Dr. Walther by Richard T. Du Brau
    • A Reminiscence (Marmaduke Carter) by W. J. Plischke
    • A Note to the Wolf Bibliography by August R. Suelflow
    • Addenda to the Odyssey of the Bells by Gerhardt Kramer
  • Book Reviews
    • Richard Wetzel. Frontier Musicians on the Connoquenessing, Wabash, and Ohio. Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt
    • J. Elmo Agrimson. Journey to a Far Country: The Parish Papers of Ronald C. Korfmacher. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald.
  • Editorial: What's in a Name?
    • Hilton C. Oswald
  • Growing in the Lord - 75 Years of Lutheran Secondary Education in Milwaukee
  • Autobiography for My Grandchildren
    • Herman W. Gockel
  • How the Missouri Synod Accepted The Lutheran Hymnal of 1941
    • Dan Paul Gilbert
  • From the Field
    • Address upon Delivering the CHI Citation to E. H. Buchheimer, June 5, 1977 by Gilbert T. Otte.
    • Long-standing Debt Settled (Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church)
    • From a Historian
    • Second Woman Serving as Archivist (Carolyn Berroth)
    • Interesting Reading
  • Institute Report
    • "Witnessing Stone" by Gerhardt Kramer (address delivered at the datestone ceremony addition to Concordia Historical Institute, November 2, 1977
    • Report of the Biennial Membership Meeting of Concordia Historical Institute, November 3, 1977
  • Institute News
    • Institute Sets Datestone for Building Addition
    • Institute Building Takes Shape
    • Predoehls Accept Reappointment at Saxon Memorial
  • Book Reviews
    • H. Earl Miller. Snake Temple, an India Diary. Reviewed by Andrew J. Buehner.
    • Le Vern J. Rippley. The German-Americans. Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt.
    • Arlow W. Andersen. The Norwegian-Americans. Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt.
    • Victor Wolfgang von Hagen. The Germanic People in America. Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt.
    • USA - Deutschland - Baden und Württemberg: Eine Auswahl von Titein zur Auswanderung und zur Geschichte der Deutsch-Amerikaner vor allem aus Baden und Württemberg, von den Anfängen bis zum Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald

Volume 50 (1977)

  • Editorials
  • Mission Festival in Freistadt
    • Clara Seuel Schreiber
  • The Tears of Raphael
    • Carl Friedrich Theodor Ruhland
  • Lutheran Hymnody and Music Published in America 1700-1850 - A Descriptive Bibliography
    • Edward C. Wolf
  • Institute Report
    • Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1976
  • New Members 1976
    • Editorial: What do you think ...?
      • August R. Suelflow
    • For Christ and His Kingdom, 1923 (Fundraising Campaign for new Concordia Seminary, St. Louis Campus)
      • John C. Baur
    • Springfield Seminary
      • Roger Howard Dallmann
    • From the Field: Frankenmuth Report
    • Institute Report
      • Address at the Awards Dinner, 25 January 1977 by John W. Klotz.
      • Institute Presents Awards
      • Institute Observes Anniversaries
      • Address at the Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration by Oliver R. Harms
    • Early Black Lutherans in the South (to 1865)
      • Thomas R. Noon
    • Black Lutherans Licensed and Ordained (1865-1889)
      • Thomas R. Noon
    • The Alpha Synod of Lutheran Freedmen (1889-1891)
      • Thomas R. Noon
    • Ephphatha Conference - A Historical Overview
      • E. Theodore Delaney
    • From the Field
      • Acquainted with Grief (Letter to a mother of two soldiers who died of influenza on the same day during World War I)
      • Komm herein, komm herein, Weih dies Haus, o Jesu, ein! (German hymn for the dedication of Log Cabin College, Altenburg, Missouri by O.H. Walther, translated by Walter J. Plischke)
      • Lutheran Women and a Bicentennial Quilt
    • Book Reviews
      • Johannes Schwalm the Hessian. Reviewed by Karl J. R. Arndt
      • Underused Church Properties - A Variety of Solutions. Reviewed by Gerhardt Kramer.
    • Editorial: Lutherans and the Bicentennial
      • August R. Seulflow
    • In This Issue
    • Baltic Immigrants in Canada, 1947-1955
      • Peter Wukasch
    • My Debt of Gratitude to the U.S.A.
      • Albert H. Schwermann
    • Palm Sunday in Freistadt, 1898
      • Clara Seuel Schreiber
    • Institute Report
      • Address at Groundbreaking Concordia Historical Institute Addition, October 28, 1976 by Gilbert T. Otte.
      • Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1974-75
    • From the Field
      • The Missing Link in the Odyssey of the Bells by Lewis W. Spitz, Sr.
      • Zion Opens Cornerstone (Akron, Ohio) by John Eiwen.
      • Black Centennial
      • "Last Years Influenza Epidemic - And the Churches" (Broadside from Grace Lutheran Church, St. Louis, Fall 1919)

    Volume 49 (1976)

    • Editorial: Black Lutheran History; The Altenburg Coat of Arms
      • August R. Suelflow
    • In This Issue
    • The Lutherans in Revolutionary Philadelphia
      • David L. Scheidt
    • Catapulted into Politics (transcript of taped interview)
      • Ernst K. and Martin H. Scharlemann
    • J. P. Koehler's Gesetzlich Wesen unter uns
      • Lloyd H. Lemke
    • From the Field
      • How Doctor Stoeckhardt Got Out of Going to Jail by John G. P. Naumann.
      • The First Lutheran Church in the World by Vaclav Hunacek.
    • Institute News
      • Institute Breaks Ground for Building Addition
      • Suelflow Again Heads History Conference
    • Book Reviews
      • William Whiston, trans. The Works of Flavious Josephus. Reviewed by Elmer E. Foelber.
      • Robert J. Koenig. Except the Corn Die. Reviewed by Paul H. Burgdorf.
      • Hattie Plum Williams; Emma S. Haynes, Phillip B. Legler, and Gerda S. Walker, eds. The Czar's Germans - With Particular Reference to the Vogla Germans. Reviewed by Hilton C. Oswald.
    • New Members 1975
    • Old Dutch Church
      • Rudolph F. Rehmer
    • Luther's Golden Rose at New Harmony, Indiana
      • Karl J. R. Arndt
    • The Mob is Coming (transcript of taped interview)
      • Ernst K. and Martin H. Scharlemann
    • The Prussian Union
      • Kim DeVries
    • From the Field
      • An Address to a Group of Atlantic District Clergy by Ernst Gottlieb Sihler, translated by Walter C. Daib.
    • Editorial: Our Bicentennial
      • Hilton C. Oswald
    • In This Issue
    • Former Board Member Dies (Edgar W. Ellermann)
      • August R. Suelflow
    • The Old Sem and the New, 1922-1928 (Concordia Seminary, St. Louis)
      • H. Earl Miller
    • A Foreigner Goes Native (transcript of a taped interview)
      • Ernst K. and Martin H. Scharlemann
    • Kansas Vicarage
      • Peter Dietrich Mueller; Williard E. and Theodore H. Mueller, trans.
    • Constitution and Bylaws
    • From the Field
      • Church Records "Saved" by Painstaking Woman (Helen King)
      • Kansas Lutheran Historical Society
      • Aid Association for Lutherans Grant to Center for Reformation Research
    • Editorials
      • Welcome, Editor, August R. Seulflow
      • Prospects, Hilton C. Oswald
    • In This Issue
    • Chronicle of a Minister
      • Martin Th. Steege
    • A "Hospitant" to the Seminary (transcript of a taped interview)
      • Ernst K. and Martin H. Scharlemann
    • Institute Report
      • Report of the Biennial Membership Meeting, Concordia Historical Institute, 30 October 1975
    • Institute News
      • Lutheran Laymen's League Increases Microfilm Support
      • Institute Board Members Reelected
    • From the Field
      • A Response to the Wulff Autobiography by Albert E. Jabs.
    • Book Reviews
      • George Marsden and Frank Roberts, eds. A Christian View of History. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.
      • Austin P. Flannery, ed. Documents of Vatican II. Reviewed by Roy A. Suelflow.

    Volume 48 (1975)

    • Editorial: Reflections, Late Again
      • Ronald J. Schlegel
    • In This Issue
    • Brunn's Declaration
      • Reinhold Stallmann
    • "No Christian Would Dare Practice Usury": A Walther Letter on Charging Interest
      • Robert Kolb
    • Mennicke's Congregation - Photo Feature (Immanuel Lutheran Church, Rock Island, Illinois)
    • Book Reviews
      • Robin A. Leaver. Luther on Justification. Reviewed by John Franklin Johnson.
      • Harold H. Lentz. The Miracle of Carthage. Reviewed by John Franklin Johnson.
    • Errata
    • Index to Volumes 45-48 (1972-1975)
      • Hans C. Mueller
    • Editorial: An Editor's Dilemma
      • Ronald J. Schlegel
    • In this Issue
    • St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wartburg, Tennessee
      • Oscar E. Feucht
    • Autobiography
      • O. H. Wulff
    • Synodical Loyalty 1910 Style
      • Alfred Ira Grimm
    • Lutheran Historical Conference Publishes Essays
    • List of New Members in 1974
    • Editorial: From Perry County to Wilcox County
      • Ronald J. Schlegel
    • In This Issue
    • Lutheranism in Alabama and Other Parts of the South
      • Walter H. Ellwanger
    • Pictorial Feature: The Black Belt Revisited
      • Eldon J. Weisheit
    • The Train Accident: On the Eve of the Orphan Festival in 1890
      • Gottholt Elbert, trans.
    • A New Board Member Looks at the Institute
      • Lando C. Otto
    • Institute News
      • Institute Announces Awards
      • Recent Institute Display
    • Editorials
      • Those Volumes and Numbers, August R. Seulflow
      • Personalizing History, Ronald J. Schlegel
    • In This Issue
    • 50 Years in the Ministry
      • Wililam H. Hansel
    • Life in Perry County, Missouri, at the Turn of the Century
      • William A. Kramer
    • Lutheran Historical Conference
    • Letters to the Editor
      • Those Rising Costs by Frank W. Miller
      • Kuehn Biography Mistranslation (August R. Suelflow reply to John G. Kunstmann)
      • Concordia-Ft. Wayne (Karl H. Wyneken reply to George P. Schmidt)
      • Notes on Anton J. Lutz by H. Earl Miller and John G. P. Naumann
      • A Happy Disaster by Al Ernst
    • Historical Gleanings
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 47 (1974)

    • Editorial: Focus: People
      • Ronald J. Schlegel
    • In This Issue
    • F. W. Bangert: An Autobiography
    • Samuel Wilhelm Herman Daib
      • Eleanor K. Daib, Herbert L. Daib, Walter C. Daib
    • "MINDEKRANZ"
      • Herman Daib
    • Notes on Anton J. Lutz, Missionary to India
      • H. Earl Miller
    • New Members - 1973
    • Editorial: Cost
      • Ronald J. Schlegel
    • In This Issue
    • A View of the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod: 1866
      • Translated and Annotated by Carl S. Meyer
    • Concordia-Fort Wayne in the Early Twentieth Century
      • George P. Schmidt
    • Early Lutheranism in Western Canada
      • Norman J. Threinen
    • "Allen Respekt, Miller, Allen Respekt": A College Student's Stormy Weekend in 1885
      • Albert H. Miller
    • Ernst Ludwig Hermann Kuehn: Franconian Pioneer
      • Peter Seuel; translated by Lydia and Karl Kuehn; revised by Hulda A. Maier
    • Microfilm and Photoduplication: A Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of Concordia Historical Institute for 1973
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Book Reviews
      • Nicholaus Ludwig Count von Zinzendorf; George W. Forrell, ed. and trans. Nine Public Lectures on Important Subjects in Religion. Reviewed by Stephen J. Stein
    • Photoessay: "Daddy" Herzberger's Legacy
      • Ronald J. Schlegel
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • In This Issue
    • Editorial: Wanted: A Sense of Humor
      • August R. Suelflow
    • John O. Evjen: Teacher, Theologian, Biographer
      • James S. Hamre
    • Concordia Publishing House as I Knew It (1888-1955)
      • George L. Buettner
    • Letters of Lutheran Traveling Missionaries Keller and Heyer, 1835-1837
      • Rudolph F. Rehmer
    • The Rev. E. L. Arndt
      • Frieda Oehlschlaeger Thode
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • In This Issue
    • Editorial: Change Again
      • Ronald J. Schlegel
    • The Brazeau, Missouri, Scene, 1852-1856: Excerpts from the Diary of Sarah M. McPherson
      • Mary Alice Bull Cody
    • The Schmucker Myth and the Evangelical Alliance
      • John Abernathy Smith
    • And So They Gave Me a 36-Inch Birthday Card: A Remembrance of 90 Eventful Years
      • Benjamin M. Holt
    • Minutes of the 17th Regular Meeting of the Concordia Historical Institute
    • Report of the President by Gerhardt Kramer
    • Director's Report by August R. Suelflow

    Volume 45 (1972)

    • Editorial: He Lives Twice Who Enjoys Both the Past and the Present
      • Gilbert Otte
    • Loehe's Seelsorge for his Fellow Lutherans in America
      • Kenneth F. Korby
    • Unto These Hills, A Golden Anniversary Sketch of the Origins of the Colorado District
      • Lyle L. Schaefer
    • Current Publications
      • Martin Marty. Righteous Empire: The Protestant Experience in America. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Stephen Schmidt. Powerless Pedagogues (29th Yearbook of the Lutheran Education Association). Reviewed by M. R. Kluender.
    • PotPuRRi
      • Jaroslav Pelikan's A History of the Development of Doctrine, Volume 1
      • Bengt Wadensjo's Toward A Lutheran Community: Developments in Lutheran Co-operation up to 1929
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial
      • What I Would Like to See Happen in Tomorrow's Concordia Historical Institute, Frederick Nohl
    • The Synodical Conference Begins Work in Nigeria
      • Justus P. Kretzmann
    • Report of the President: Biennial Membership Meeting, Concordia Historical Institute, 18 November 1971
      • Gerhardt Kramer
    • Walther's Biographies of Buenger and Fick
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • A Lutheran Community Finds Itself
      • William Seaman
    • Biennial Director's Report: The Sixteenth Meeting of the Membership of the Concordia Historical Institute, 18 November 1971
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Clutz and Walther meet and ...
      • Abdel Ross Wentz
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial
      • Welcome Contributions Point to Needs, Carl S. Meyer
    • Wilhelm Loehe and the Missouri Synod
      • James L. Schaaf
    • Foundation for Reformation Research (Advertisement)
    • Missouri Molds a Ministry for Mission
      • Karl H. Wyneken
    • The Missouri Synod's Stand on the Labor Question 1879-1901
      • Milton Rudnick
    • Letters to the Editor
      • Western Democrat by Arthur F. Mullen, containing letter from Robert T. Meyer concerning Nebraska District of Evangelical Synod of Missouri versus Samuel R. McKelvie, 104 Neb. 93. by Frank W. Mueller
      • Malmin and Graebner on Norwegian - Missouri Synod unity failure by Reuben Hahn
    • Aspects of Social Action in the Lutheran church--Missouri Synod During the Nineteenth Century
      • James W. Albers
    • Thinking About the Laity in The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
      • Alan Graebner
    • Current Publications
      • John Philipp Koehler; Karl and J. Ph. Koehler, trans.; Leigh D. Jordahl, ed. THe History of the Wisconsin Synod. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer
    • Politics and Missouri Synod Lutherans: A Historiography Review
      • Frederick C. Luebke
    • Missouri and its Relations to Other Lutherans: Some Observations on the Shaping and Exercise of Conscience
      • E. Theodore Bachmann
    • Minutes Sixteenth Regular Meeting, Concordia Historical Institute, 18 November 1972
    • PotPuRRi
      • April issue of Concordia Theological Monthly devoted to 125th Anniversary of The LCMS
      • No member of faculty from Concordia Seminary on Board of Governors
      • Martin Luecke's History of the Civil War in German
      • Chalice, Crucifix and Baptismal Tray brought by Saxon Immigrants to Altenburg, Missouri
      • Leigh D. Jordahl asks "How Lutheran is American Lutheranism?"
      • Ernst Gerhard Wilhelm Keyl short sketch
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial
      • Looking Forward, Carl S. Meyer
    • For a Penitent Jubilee: A Paper Read Before the New York Pastoral Conference (Missouri Synod) in St. Luke's Lutheran Church, New York on 21 May 1946
      • Theodore Graebner
    • A Valentine in 1845?
      • Walter D. Uhlig
    • Journey to North America II
      • Theodore Fliedner, translated by Bertha Mueller and edited by Frederick S. Weiser
    • Archivists Urge Social Concern
    • Letters to the Editor
      • Response to past CHIQ by Gould Wickey
      • Regarding "Women Teachers in the Missouri Synod" article by George J. Gude, Jr. by Erwin Kolb
      • Regarding "Women Teachers in the Missouri Synod" article by George J. Gude, Jr. by Alice Stolper Peppler
      • Identification of photo in CHIQ v.49, Not Buehler but Charles Porterfield Krauth.
    • Current Publications
      • Douglas C. Stange, ed. Radicalism for Humanity: A Study of Lutheran Abolitionism. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer
      • Franklin Sherman, ed.; Helmut T. Lehmann, General Ed. Luther's Works: The Christian in Society IV. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer
    • PotPuRRi
      • Historians need to be accurate and literate
      • Abdel Ross Wentz's appraisal of The Albany Protocol
      • David W. Lotz's article in Concordia Theological Monthly, October 1971
      • CHIQ May 1972 issue on anniversaries of Loehe and LCMS
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 44 (1971)

    • Editorial (LCMS 1971 Convention Resolutions 11-01 and 11-03)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Journey to North America
      • Theodor Fliedner; Bertha Mueller, trans.; Frederick S. Weiser, ed.
    • Five Saxon Parishes in 1838
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Women Teachers in the Missouri Synod
      • George J. Gude, Jr.
    • Letters to the Editor
      • Doctrinal controversies discussed in CHIQ issues by Herman J. Koester
      • Concerning Karl Ehlers' CHIQ article on Carl Manthey Zorn by Erwin H Meinzen
    • Current Publications
      • Carl S. Meyer, ed. Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, Volume I. Reviewed by Robert Kolb.
      • August R. Suelflow, ed.. Archives and History: Minutes and Reports of the Tenth Archivists' and Historians Conference, Concordia Historical Institute. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Emory Lindquist. Vision for a Valley: Olaf Olsson and the Early History of Lindsborg. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Marianka S. Fousek. The Church in a Changing World: Events and Trends from 250 to 600. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Geddes MacGregor. A Literary History of the Bible from the Middle Ages to the Present Day. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • David C. M. Steinmetz. Reformers in the Wings. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • PotPuRRi
      • Souvenir edition of Proud Heritage, 1821-1971: Perry County Missouri donated by Marie Fiehler
      • St. John's Lutheran Church, Brunswick, Missouri, article
      • Doctor of Theology dissertations for 1971 at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri of historical interest
      • Leigh D. Jordahl's article on Franz Pieper
    • Index for Volumes 41 - 44 (1968-1971)
      • Marvin A. Huggins
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (historical interpretation of church history)
      • John W. Constable
    • The Social Thought of J. H. W. Stuckenberg, a Lat Nineteenth Century Lutheran Social Scientist
      • Eldon J. Underdahl
    • Current Publication
      • Carl S. Meyer. The Church from Pentecost to the Present. Reviewed by Robert E. Weber.
    • Reflections on Some German Poems by Lutheran Pastors in America
      • Robert E. Ward
    • Six Feet Plus and Every Inch a Missionary: The Life and Ministry of Dr. Carl Manthey Zorn
      • Karl Ehlers
    • Microfilm and Photoduplications: A Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of the Concordia Historical Institute for 1970
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Current Publications
      • August R. Suelflow, comp. A Preliminary Guide to Church Records Depositories. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Herbert M. Zorn. Much Cause for Joy - And Some for Learning: A Report on 75 Years of Mission in India. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • William A. Scott. Historical Protestantism: and A Historical Introduction Protestantism Theology. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Sibylla Charlotta Winchenbach, the Wife of Joshua Kocherthal
      • Heinz Schuchmann; Frederick S. Weiser, trans.
    • Martin Stephan: First Lutheran Bishop in America
      • Marvin A. Huggins
    • PotPuRRi
      • Eielsen Synod observes 125th anniversary
      • Pastor Buehler and California Lutheranism
      • Albrecht Dürer, 500th anniversary of his birth in 1971
      • Aarne Sürala; Kantonen, T. A., trans. Divine Humanness. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (on anniversaries)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • The Place and Purpose of History
      • Higher Education Committee of the Historical Association
    • The Lutheran Sanitarium at Wheat Ridge
      • Lyle L. Schaefer
    • Togetherness in Nebraska
      • Charles A. Reimnitz
    • A Participant's Report on the Controversy on Justifying Faith
      • Herman J. Koester
    • Beginnings of Lutheranism in Manhattan
      • F. R. Webber >
    • Current Publications
      • Carl S. Meyer, trans. and ed. Letters of C. F. W. Walther: A Selection. Reviewed by M. Richmann Kluender.
      • Carl A. Volz. The Church of the Middle Ages: Growth and Change from 600 to 1400. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Karl H. Dannenfeldt. The Church of The Renaissance and Reformation: Decline and Reform from 1300 to 1600. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • E. Gordon Rupp. Patterns of Reformation. Reviewed by N. S. Tjernagel.
      • Henry J. Boettcher. Three Philosophies of Education: A Radical Re-examination of the Basic Assumption Underlying Education: Matter-Centered; Idea-Centered; God-centered. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Emilio Willems. Followers of the New Faith: Cultuere Change and the Rise of Protestantism in Brazil and Chile. Reviewed by James W. Albers.
      • Hugh George Anderson. Lutheranism in the Southeastern States, 1860-1886: A Social History. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Built on the Rock: A History of Saint John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Yonkers, New York, 1869-1969. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • William Nicholls, J. Daniélou, A. H. Couratin, John Kent. The Pelican Guide to Modern Theology, Volumes I and II. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Michael Rlgness. Philip Melanchthon: Reformer Without Honor. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • PotPuRRi
      • Youth delegates to California and Nevada District Convention
      • Richard Hooker on the value of studying the history of the church.
      • Albany Protocol's translation soon to be published
      • Dr. C. F. W. Walther letter to Mr. Paul Waschilewsky regarding his call as a teacher deposited at CHI
      • November 1971 issue of CHIQ questioned on historical integrity
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial
      • Leonard E. Stahlke
    • "The Cloak of the Cleric"
      • Theodore Graebner
    • A Brief Commemorative Profile of Theodore Graebner, The Professional Churchman
      • Alex Graebner
    • Mission to the Whole Man: A Display
      • August R. Suelflow
    • The Controversy within the Missouri Synod during the First Quarter of the Twentieth Century on the Nature of Justifying Faith
      • John B. Koch
    • Letters to the Editor
      • "Statement of the 44" by Elmer Kraemer
      • Read the whole issue by Erwin T. Koch.
      • "Statement of the 44" by William H. Hillmer
      • November 1971 issue of the CHIQ is not history but propaganda by Philip K. Press
      • November 1971 issue of the CHIQ is splendid by L. H. Deffner
    • The Lutheran Church and Slavery
      • L. Richard Bradley
    • On Attending Church Conventions
      • M. Richmann Kluender
    • Current Publications
      • Herman F. Zehnder. "Teach My People the Truth!": The Story of Frankenmuth, Michigan. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Wilhelm H. Loehe; James L. Schaaf, trans and ed. Three Books About the Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • William Edward Eisenberg. The Lutheran Church in Virginia, 1717 to 1962, Including an Account of the Lutheran Church in East Tennessee. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Philip Schaff; John W. Nevin, trans. The Principle of Protestantism. Volume I of the Lancaster Series on the Mercersburg Theology. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • John W. Nevin. The Mystical Presence and Other Writings on the Eucharist. Volume IV of the Lancaster Series on the Mercersburg Theology. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Paul E. Hoffman and Harding Meyer, eds. Church in Fellowship, Volume II: Pulpit and Altar Fellowship Among Lutheran Minorities and Younger Churches. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • PotPuRRi
      • August R. Suelflow elected President of the Lutheran Historical Conference.
      • Lutheran-Roman Catholic Relationships
      • Advisory member status at LCMS Conventions runs in the family
      • Lutheran Teachers Conference of 1852 on Law and Gospel in schooling, paper by E. Roschke, translated by Leonard J. Dierker
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 43 (1970)

    • Editorial (25th anniversary of "A Statement")
      • Arthur C. Repp
    • Introductory Remarks by the Editor
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • A Statement (document along with signatories)
    • Foreword
      • E. J. Friedrich
    • Recollections of "A Statement"
      • Richard R. Caemmerer, Sr.
    • "A Statement" - Some Reminiscences
      • Thomas Coates
    • Personal Reflections on the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Publication of "A Statement"
      • Herbert Lindemann
    • Concerning "A Statement"
      • Harold H. Engelbrecht
    • To Recall as Well as I Can
      • Walter E. Bauer
    • Reflections on the Missouri Synod
      • Bernard H. Hemmeter
    • "A Statement" Was a Turning Point
      • L. H. Deffner
    • The Historical Development o the Doctrine of Unionism of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
      • John W. Hattery
    • A Letter from the President (dated January 18, 1947)
      • John W. Behnken
    • An Agreement
      • E. W. A. Koehler
    • A Letter to the Editor
      • O. P. Kretzmann
    • Statement of the Objectives of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, adopted 6 November 1969
    • Current Publications
      • Willmar Thorkelson. Lutherans in the U. S. A. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Herbert T. Neve and Benjamin A. Johnson. The Maturing of American Lutheranism. Reviewed by Arthur C. Repp.
      • Melvin A. Helland, trans. The Heritage of Faith: Selections from the Writings of Georg Sverdrup. Reviewed by Walter D. Uhlig.
    • PotPuRRi
      • Translation of papers relating to Rev. Carl M. Wrangel from the Provincial Archives of Uppsala
      • Thanks for covering more American Lutheranism by Frederick S. Weiser
      • Microcard editions of slavery source materials
      • Meeting of the Loehe and Saxon men in St. Louis May 1846
      • Time marches on at different paces
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (Task of the Historian)
      • John W. Constable
    • Concordia College, Gravelton, Missouri
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Microfilm and Photoduplication: A Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of the Concordia Historical Institute for 1969
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Thank You, Dr. Repp
      • Board of Governors of Concordia Historical Institute
    • The Nature and Function of the Board of Directors of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod from 1917 to 1935
      • Alan Birnschein
    • Editorial (On Historical Attics)
      • Myron A. Marty
    • Theobald F. Walther
      • Walther A. Haefker
    • Revivalism Among Lutherans in America in the 1840s (continued)
      • John E. Groh
    • Reminiscences of Concordia Seminary in the Early Twentieth Century
      • George P. Schmidt
    • Some Effects of World War I on the General Synod and the General Council
      • David L. Scheidt
    • Peter Muhlenberg, A Soldier of the Revolutionary War
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • PotPuRRi
      • Incunabula
      • Free Conferences of 1903 to 1906 by Martim W. Flor
      • Foundation for Reformation Research conference
      • Martin Luther on reform
      • Letter from Richard Hanke to Rev. George A. Romoser on false doctrine at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis from 1906 to 1914
      • Letter to August R. Suelflow on congregational anniversaries
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (Current Archivists-Historians' "Ministry")
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Walther, the Preacher
      • Henry J. Eggold, Jr.
    • Letters to the Editor about David Henkel
    • Georg Sverdrup Concerning Luther's Principles in America
      • James F. Hamre
    • Minutes of the 15th Regular Meeting of Concordia Historical Institute, 4 November 1969
    • Biennial Director's Report to the Membership of Concordia Historical Institute, 4 November 1969
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Revivalism Among Lutherans in America in the 1840s
      • John E. Groh
    • The Americanization of Johann Michael Reu
      • Robert C. Wiederaenders
    • Current Publications
      • Lyle L. Schaefer. Faith to Move Mountains: A History of the Colorado District of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod from the Earliest Mission Work, 1872-1968. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Heinrich Bornkamm; Eric W. and Ruth C. Gritsch, trans., Victor I. Gruhn, ed. Luther and the Old Testament. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., ed. Controversy in the Twenties: Fundamentalism, Modernism, and Evolution. Reviewed by Milton L. Rudnick.
    • PotPuRRi
      • Arthur C. Repp, president of CHI from 1950 to 1969
      • James Weis and Howard B. Woods join Editorial Committee
      • Groh article on Revivalism is a first for the CHIQ
      • Religion in America to be published
      • Diary of Lutheranism in San Francisco, California by J. M. Buehler deposited at CHI
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 42 (1969)

    • Editorial (Concordia Publishing House anniversary)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • J. M. Reu and Reformation Studies
      • Lowell C. Green
    • Concordia Publishing House's One Hundred Years
      • Albert W. Galen
    • Our Duty to Preach the Gospel to Negroes: Southern Lutherans and American Negroes
      • Douglas C. Stange
    • Sacred to the Memory of the Rev'd David Henkel
    • Current Publications
      • Henry J. McSorley. Luther: Right or Wrong. Reviewed by N. S. Tjernagel.
      • G. Everett Arden. The Journals of Eric Norelius: A Swedish Missionary on the American Frontier. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Fred Meuser and Stanley D. Schneider, eds. Interpreting Luther's Legacy. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Ralph Bohlmann. Principles of Biblical Interpretation in the Lutheran Confessions. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Erwin L. Lueker. Change and the Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • F. Bente. Historical Introductions to the Book of Concord. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Eugene L. Fevold. The Lutheran Free Church: A Fellowship of American Lutheran Congregations, 1897-1963. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Alfred Koschade. New Branches on the Vine: From Mission Field to Church in New Guinea. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Samuel Simon Schmucker; Frederick K. Wentz, ed. Fraternal Appeal to the American Churches with a Plan for Catholic Union on Apostolic Principles. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • David S. Schuller. Power Structures and the Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • PotPuRRi
      • Correction to Karl Reuter article by G. H. Naumann
      • Alan Graebner article "Birth Control and the Lutherans"
      • Theodore Graebner at the Concordia History Club in 1946 on Union Movements
      • "Who Needs History?" by Richard L. Tobin
      • Professional baseball is 100 years old, starting in St. Louis
      • Robert C. Wiederaenders' checklist of "Correspondence of Wilhelm Loehe in American Repositories"
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (Print media in trouble)
      • Elmer Kraemer
    • Church and Ministry in the Thought and Policies of Lutherans in America
      • Erwin L. Lueker
    • The Immigration and Settlement of the Wiederaenders Family
      • Roland P. Wiederaenders
    • The Evangelical Movement of Finland in America: A study in Synecology
      • Walter J. Kukkonen
    • Friedrich Bente on World War I in Lehre und Wehre
      • John B. Koch
    • A Chronology of Significant Events for the English District of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
      • George W. Bornemann
    • Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Reuter
      • G. H. Naumann
    • PotPuRRi
      • 300th anniversary of Lutheran Church in Great Britain
      • Young reader responds to February 1969 editorial
      • 1969 National Book Awards on Negro Studies
      • Henry C. Schwan biographical information
    • Current Publications
      • Myron A. Marty. Lutheran and Roman Catholics: The Changing Conflict: 1917-1963.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (On the decline of the ranks of the clergy)
      • M. R. Kluender
    • The Life and Times of Anton Daniel Stecher, German-American, Lutheran Missionary
      • Robert M. Stecher
    • C. F. W. Walther to A. F. Hoppe: A Letter
      • Robert Kolb
    • Microfilm and Photoduplication: A Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of the Concordia Historical Institute for 1968
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Recent Writing in American Lutheran History
      • Douglas C. Stange
    • Letter to the Editor
      • Comments on February 1969 editorial by Walter David Grubbs
    • Founding of Lutheran Congregations in Indiana to 1861
      • Rudolph Rehmer
    • The Date of Henry Melchior Muhlenberg's Birth
      • Theodore G. Tappert
    • Current Publications
      • Jaroslav Pelikan, ed.; Walter A. Hansen, assoc. ed. Luther's Works: Lectures on Titus, Philemon, and Hebrews. Volume XXIX.
      • H. G. Koenigsberger and George L. Mosse. Europe in the Sixteenth Century.
    • PotPuRRi
      • Joseph Regenstein Library at University of Chicago
      • Hartwick College severs ties with the Lutheran Church in America
      • Lloyd August Svendsbye doctor of theology dissertation on history of social responsibility among Lutherans in America
      • Henry F. Stockhold on problems confronting translators of history
      • Hans Küng's "The Church"
      • Thaddeus F. Gullixson. Down Into the Arena and Other Sermons.
    • Current Publications
      • Walter J. Bartling and Albert E. Glock, eds. Concordia Commentary. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Norman C. Habel. Jeremiah and Lamentations. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Ralph D. Gehrke. 1 and 2 Samuel. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Martin H. Franzmann. Romans. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Robert Merideth. The Politics of the Universe: Edward Beecher, Abolition, and Orthodoxy. Reviewed by Alan Graebner.
      • Roy A. Suelflow. A Plan for Survival. Reviewed by M. R. Kluender.
      • Walter Schmithals; John Bowden, trans. An Introduction to the Theology of Rudolf Bultmann. Reviewed by M. R. Kluender.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (Mandate of CHIQ)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Away from the Crowd: The Deaf Mission of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Lutherans on Social Problems, 1917 to 1940
      • Ralph Moellering
    • Oscar Adelbert Sauer
      • Herbert E. Plehn
    • Current Publications
      • James Atkinson. The Great Light: Lutheran and the Reformation.
      • Henry J. Boettcher. Three Philosophies of Education. Reviewed by E. L. Lueker.
      • Frederick S. Weiser, ed. Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society.
      • Ernst Kinder; Edward and Marie Schroeder, trans. Evangelical: What Does it Really Mean?
      • Paul Frillmann and Graham Peck. China: The Remembered Life.
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 41 (1968)

    • Editorial (Lutheran Historical Conference)
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Notes on the Origins of Joshua Kocherthal
      • Heinz Schuchmann; Frederick S. Weiser, trans.
    • Milwaukee's Trinity Designated a "Landmark"
      • Ronald Tabbert
    • Rationale For Preservation of the German Language in the Missouri Synod of the Nineteenth Century
      • Robert M. Toepper
    • Lutherans and Presidential Politics: The NLEA Statement of 1928
      • Douglas C. Stange
    • Sinking of Time Capsule: St. Paul Lutheran Church, Melrose Park, Illinois, 13 December 1967
      • Theodore Elbert
    • Archives Are More Than "Cold Storage"
      • August R. Suelflow
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Creative Love (poem)
    • Eighteen Sixty-Eight - Year of Involvement
      • Walter D. Uhlig
    • Ministry in the Acceptable Time (2 Cor. 6:1,2): Address Given in the Concordia Seminary Memorial Service for Re. John W. Behnken, D.D., LL.D. on 4 March 1968
      • Alfred O. Fuerbringer
    • A Giant in the Land
      • Erik W. Modean
    • Recent Writings in American Lutheran History
      • Douglas C. Stange
    • Some Lutheran Reactions to War and Pacifism, 1917 to 1941
      • Ralph L. Moellering
    • Current Publications
      • Andrew M. Greeley. The Catholic Experience: An Interpretation of the History of American Catholicism. Reviewed by Frederick C. Luebke.
      • Robert C. Schultz; Helmut T. Lehmann, gen. ed. Luther's Works: The Christian in Society, III. Volume 46. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Microfilm and Photoduplication: A Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of the Concordia Historical Institute for 1967
      • August R. Suelflow
    • New Members in 1967
    • Current Publications
      • Joshua A. Fishman, et al. Language Loyalty in the United States: The Maintenance and Perpetuation of Non-English Mother Tongues by American Ethnic and Religious Groups. Reviewed by Frederick C. Luebke.
      • Patrick Collinson. The Elizabethan Puritan Movement. Reviewed by James H. Pragman.
      • Eleanor Duckett. Death and Life in the Tenth Century. Reviewed by Carl Volz.
      • Winthrop S. Hudson. Religion in America. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Finis Herbert Capps. From Isolation to Involvement: The Swedish Immigrant press in America, 1914-1945. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • R. Pierce Beaver. Church, State, and the American Indians: Two and a Half Centuries of partnership in Missions Between Protestant Churches and Government. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Larry Palmer. Hugo Distler and His Church Music. Reviewed by Ralph C. Schultz.
      • Gustav K. Wiencke, ed.; Helmut T. Lehmann, gen. ed. Luther's Works: Devotional Writings II. Volume 43. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Jaroslav Pelikan, ed. Luther's Works: Lectures on Genesis, Chapters 26-30. Volume 5. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • J. Iverne Dowie adn J. Thomas Tredway, eds. The Immigration of Ideas: Studies in the North Atlantic Community: Essays Presented to O. Fritiof Ander. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (On book reviews)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • World War I and Lutheran Union: Documents from the Army and Navy Board, 1917 and 1918
      • Alan Graebner
    • The Ordination Certificate of Justus Falckner
      • Abdel Ross Wentz
    • From Where to What: Director's Report to the 14th Regular Meeting [of] Concordia Historical Institute, New York, 8 July 1967
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Minutes of the Regular Meeting, Concordia Historical Institute Meeting
    • Current Publications
      • Lewis W. Spitz. Life in Two Worlds: A Biography of William Sihler. Reviewed by Rudolph F. Rehmer.
      • Heino O. Kadai, ed. Accents in Luther's Theology. Reviewed by Edgar M. Carlson.
      • Carl S. Meyer, ed. Luther for an Ecumenical Age. Reviewed by Edgar M. Carlson.
      • Charles J. Curtis. Söderblom: Ecumenical Pioneer. Reviewed by Bengt R. Hoffman.
      • Dean Freiday, ed. Barclay's Apology in Modern English. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (Various items)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Superpatriotism in World War I: The experience of a Lutheran Pastor
      • Frederick C. Luebke
    • At Eventide - 1917 Reformation Oratorio
      • Stephen J. Carter
    • Some Aspects of the Observance of the Reformation Quadricentennial by America' s Lutherans
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Yesterday's Mission Festivals
      • Bernard F. Griebel
    • Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm Meier
      • William H. Traugott
    • Current Publications
      • Nicholas Tavuchis. Pastors and Immigrants: The Role of a Religious Elite in the Absorption of Norwegian Immigrants. Reviewed by Frederick C. Luebke.
      • Conrad Bergendoff. The Church of the Lutheran Reformation: A Historical Survey of Lutheranism. Reviewed by Alan Graebner.
      • George Fenwick Jones, ed. and transcriber. Henry Newman's Salzburger Letterbooks. Reviewed by A. E. Zucker.
      • A. G. Dickens. Martin Luther and the Reformation. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Jaroslav Pelikan, ed.; Martin H. Bertram and Walter A. Hansen, trans. Luther's Works: The Catholic Epistles. Volume 30. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Paul C. Empie and James I. McCord, eds. Marburg Revisited: A Reexamination of Lutheran and Reformed Traditions. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Chares S. Anderson. Augsburg Historical Atlas of Christianity in the Middle Ages and Reformation. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Rolf A. Syrdal. To the End of the Earth: Mission Concept in Principle and Practice. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Johannes Riedel, ed. Cantors at the Crossroads: Essays on Church Music in Honor of Walter E. Buszin. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Hans-Werner Gensichen; Herbert J. A. Bouman, trans. We Condemn: How Luther and 16th Century Lutheranism Condemned False Doctrine. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Werner Elert; Norman E. Nagel, trans. Eucharist and Church fellowship in the First Four Centuries. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Ruth Fritz Meyer. Women on a Mission: The Role of Women in the Church from Bible Times up to and Including a History of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League During its First Twenty-five Years. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Theodore G. Tappers, ed. and trans.; Helmut T. Lehmann, gen. ed. Luther's Works: Table Talk. Volume 15. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • The Institute of Church and State of Villanova University School of Law. Religion and the Public Order: An Annual Review of Church and State and of Religion, Law, and Society. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Charles S. Anderson. Readings in Luther for Laymen. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • A. T. W. Steinhaeuser, trans. The Magnificat: Luther's Commentary. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Charles E. Kistler, trans.; Herbert F. Brokering, ed. Luther's Prayers. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 40 (1967)

    • Editorial (on indexes)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Index, Volumes I to XL
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial (1917 and 1918)
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • History of Norwegian Lutherans in America to 1917
      • Herman A. Preus
    • The Stance of Missouri in 1917
      • Erwin L. Lueker
    • The National Lutheran Commission for Soldiers' and Sailors' Welfare: As Revealed Largely Through the Official Correspondence
      • Helen M. Knubel
    • Beginnings of the National Lutheran Council
      • Frederick K. Wentz
    • The Formation of the United Lutheran Church in America, 1918
      • Dorris A. Flesner
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Mission Periodical Charts Changing World
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Swedish Lutheran Schools on the Delaware 1638-1755
      • Harold J. Sylwester
    • A Sketch of the Confessional History of the English District of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
      • George W. Bornemann
    • New Members 1967
    • Dr. Samuel Simon Schmucker and the Inculcation of Moderate Abolitionism
      • Douglas C. Stange
    • During World War II at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Edina, Minnesota
      • Harold F. Schweigert
    • Microfilm and Photoduplication: A Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Microfilm Activities of the Concordia Historical Institute for 1966
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Current Publications
      • Eric W. Gritsch, ed. Luther's Works. Volume XLI: Church and Ministry III. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • James Atkinson, ed., Helmut T. Lehmann, gen. ed. Luther's Works. Volume XLIV: The Christian in Society I. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Milton L. Rudnick. Fundamentalism and The Missouri Synod: A Historical Study of Their Interaction and Mutual Influence. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Heinz Bluhm. Martin Luther: Creative Translator. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • M. A. Kleeberg and Gerhard Lemme; Erich Hopka, trans. In the Footsteps of Martin Luther. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Pastor to Pastor: Conversations with Parish Ministers. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Martin P. Simon. Meeting Current Family Problems. parent Guidance Series, No. 14. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • James G. Manz. Vatican II: Renewal or Reform? Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Rolf E. Aaseng. The Sacred Sixty-Six: Introducing the Books of the Bible. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Charles Edwards O'Neill. Church and State in French Colonial Louisiana: Policy and Politics to 1732. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Kurt Hutten; Walter G. Tillmanns, trans. Iron Curtain Christians: The Church in Communist Countries Today. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Essays and Minutes of First and Second Biennial meetings of the Lutheran Historical Conference available
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Letters to the Editor
      • Response to Alan Graebner article by Leigh D. Jordahl
      • Response to Alan Graebner article by Paul L. Ward
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • New York Lutherans and World War I
      • O. H. Trinklein
    • History of the First Finnish Lutherans in Northern Ohio and the National Evangelical Lutheran Church
      • Gustaf A. Aho
    • The Saga of the church Ship Olbers
      • Cyril M. Wismar
    • Lutherans in Pioneer Indiana
      • Rudolph Rehmer
    • Toward a "New" Lutheran Historiography
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Comments on "Toward a 'New' Lutheran Historiography"
      • Dorris A. Flesner
    • More Comments on "Toward a 'New' Lutheran Historiography
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Intercommunion in 1866
      • Theodore G. Tappert
    • Ecumenism - Two Significant New Books
      • Marburg Revisited: A Re-examination of Lutheran and Reformed Traditions edited by Paul C. Empie and James I. McCord.
      • Challenge and Response edited by Warren A. Quanbeck.
    • The One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of a Fraternal Appeal
      • Douglas C. Stange
    • Editorial Comments
      • Correcting errors in previous CHIQ with assistance of Otto G. Hattstaedt by Carl S. Meyer
      • Microfilm Index and Bibliography by August R. Suelflow
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 39 (1966)

    • Do You Remember 1867? Fundamental Principles of Faith and Church Polity Embodied in the Constitution of The General Council of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    • The Lutheran Council in the United States of America
      • John W. Behnken
    • Old Church to be Rededicated (Hebron Lutheran Church, Richmond, Virginia)
      • Betty Parker Ashton
    • A Missionary Journey in Michigan A.D. 1865: Described upon repeated requests by the only surviving journey companion
      • Bernhard Sievers; Otto Hattstaedt, trans.
    • Historical Excerpt from My Scrapbook
      • Julius F. E. Nickelsburg
    • Learn about Lutheranism
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Life of Missionary K. G. Theodor Naether: Recorded by His Daughters
      • Elizabeth Naether, Ida Naether, Maria Naether Muerk; Martin J. Naumann, trans.
    • On Uses of the Past
      • Alan Graebner
    • Editorial Comments
      • Thanks to John Constable for his interim editorship
      • Thanks to August R. Suelflow and Arthur C. Repp as associate editors for ten years
      • Request for reactions to Alan Graebner article
      • John W. Behnken articles in CHIQ
      • A. G. Dickens. Reformation and Society in Sixteenth-Century Europe. Reviewed by N. S. Tjernagel.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Do You Remember? 1866 - 1891 - 1916 - 1941
    • The Patriotism and Anti-Prussianism of the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod 1914-1918
      • Neil M. Johnson
    • Meet Archivist Wiederaenders (Robert C. Wiederaenders)
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Relatives of Payne County Man Contributed Romance to Early American History: The Five Leininger Brothers
      • Reprinted from the Stillwater, Oklahoma "Daily Press", 9 June 1932
    • "Missouri" in the Philippines
      • Alvaro A. Carino
    • The Nature of History
      • George W. Pierson, R. F. Arragon, W. Stull Holt, W. K. Jordan, and Boyd C. Shafer
    • Current Publications
      • Roy Harvey Pearce. The Savages of America.
      • Jon R. Littlejohn. Time of Testing.
      • Samuel Simon Schmucker; Frederick K. Wentz, ed. Fraternal Appeal to the American Churches: With a Plea for Catholic Union on Apostolic Principles.
      • Commission on Church Architecture of the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Architecture and the Church.
      • Willard A. Allbeck. A Century of Lutherans in Ohio.
      • Georg. F. Vicedom. The Mission of God: An Introduction to a Theology of Mission.
    • Editorial Comments
      • Carl S. Meyer returns to editorship
      • Error in CHIQ Spring 1966 issue
      • Minutes and Reports of the 8th Archivists' and Historians' Conference now available
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Do You Remember? 1866 - 1916 - 1941
    • The Way We Have Come
      • John W. Behnken
    • Galeatius Capella's History
      • Martin Luther; Louis W. Spitz, Jr., trans.
    • Frederick Henry Quitmann, D.D. (1760-1932): The Flowering of Rationalism in the American Lutheran Church
      • Douglas C. Stange
    • The Planting of Lutheranism in Detroit
      • Roy A. Suelflow
    • Microfilm and Photoduplication: A Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Institute's Microfilm Activities for 1965
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Current Publications
      • F. V. N. Painter. Luther on Education.
      • Harold J. Grimm. The Reformation Era: 1500-1650.
      • Philip Jacob Spener; Theodore G. Tappert, trans. Pia Desideria.
    • Editorial Comments
      • Comments by Carl S. Meyer while abroad
      • W. C. Rehwaldt on John A. Barthel correction in Log Cabin to Luther Tower
      • Omission of Carl A. Eberhard as honorary degree recipient in Log Cabin to Luther Tower
      • August R. Suelflow accepts invitation to Extraordinary Congress of the International Council on Archives
      • Stephen Carter to be graduate assistant at CHI for 1966-1967
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Do You Remember? 1866 - 1891 - 1916 - 1941
    • The Great Lutheran Disaster
      • Julius F. E. Nickelsburg
    • The Problem of Language Transition Among Lutherans in Ohio 1836-1858
      • James Weis
    • Search for Three Sisters (Juliana Ruehle Steinmeyer, Maria Ruehle, Christina Ruehle)
      • G. H. Naumann
    • Pioneer Pastor and Lutheran Missionary: J. C. F. Heyer
      • Adolph Ackermann
    • New Members 1965
    • Editorial Comments
      • 450th anniversary of the Reformation sparks interest in Lutheran church in America
      • Anniversaries in 1967
      • Carl S. Meyer reports from England
      • CPH show interest in Lutheran Church on both sides of the Atlantic
      • John W. Behnken date and place of article in this issue sought
      • Items of interest in American Lutheranism received
    • Current Publications
      • Walter W. Oetting. The Church of the Catacombs. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Martin H. Scharlemann. Healing and Redemption. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • George L. Hunt, ed. Calvinism and the Political Order. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Kent S. Knutson. His Only Son Our Lord. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Loren E. Halvorson. Exodus Into the World. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Ernest Benjamin Koenker. The Liturgical Renaissance in the Roman Catholic Church. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Heinrich Bornkamm. Luther's World of Thought. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Carl Schalk. The Roots of Hymnody in the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Arnold C. Mueller. The Ministry of the Lutheran Teacher. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Mario Colacci. Christian Marrage Today. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Martin Anderson. Multiple Ministries. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Carl S. Meyer. Log Cabin to Luther Tower. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Neelak Tjernagel. Henry The VIII and the Lutherans. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Philip J. Hefner, ed. The Scope of Grace. Reviewed by John Constable.
      • Donald A. Gianella, ed. Religion and the Public Order. Reviewed by John Constable.
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 38 (1965)

    • Do You Remember? 1866 - 1891 - 1916 - 1941
    • Opening Address, Eighth Archivists' and Historians' Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, October 19, 1965
      • Oliver Harms
    • Gustav Adolph Kindermann - Leader of a German Lutheran Immigration and Pioneer Southeastern Wisconsin Pastor, Part II
      • Elmer H. Marth
    • Venedy Pipe Organ, First of Entire Synod
      • Grover Brinkman
    • State Synods and Geographic Parishes: The Abortive Movement of the 1870's
      • David Schmiel
    • Curricular Offerings on the History of Lutheranism
      • E. Theodore Bachmann
    • Current Publications
      • John P. Dolan. History of the Reformation: A conciliatory Assessment of Opposite Views. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Jaroslav Pelikan, ed.; Paul D. Pahl, trans. Luther's Works: Lectures on Genesis, Chapters 38-44. Volume VII. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • J. H. Hillerbrand. The Reformation. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Gerhard Ritter; John Riches, trans. Luther: His Life and Work. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Gustave Weigen. Churches in North America: An Introduction. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • G. Everett Arden. Four Northern Lights: Men Who Shaped Scandinavian Churches. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Jesuits doing research on Luther and the Missouri Synod (Dino Bellucci, Louis U. Meara, Thomas Ambrogi)
    • Editorial Comments
      • Arndt Hall, Concordia College, St. Paul, Minnesota
      • Margaret Graebner appreciates article about her father
      • Julius F. E. Nickelsburg and the General Slocum Disaster of 1904
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Editorial Comments
      • John Constable as "Interim Editor"
      • Lawrence B. Meyer and the General Slocum Disaster of 1904
    • The Stewardship of the Institute
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Concordia Historical Institute Triennial Meeting, 19 June, 1965
    • Constitution of Concordia Historical Institute, Department of Archives and History, The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
    • Gustav Adolph Kindermann - Leader of a German Lutheran Immigration and Pioneer Southeastern Wisconsin Pastor
      • Elmer H. Marth
    • A Brief Review of Nearly Ninety Years of Life by the Grace of God
      • Francis J. Uplegger
    • Lutheran Encyclopedia Editor Previews Monumental Three-Volume Work
      • Julius H. Bodensieck
    • George Washington's Letter to the Lutherans at Philadelphia
    • Current Publications
      • Walter Beck. Lutheran Elementary Schools in the United States: A History of the Development of Parochial Schools and Synodical Educational Policies and Programs.
      • Heinrich Bornkamm; John W. Doberstein, trans. The Heart of Reformation Faith: The Fundamental Axioms of Evanglical Belief.
      • Georgia Harkness; Board of Social and Economic Relations of the Methodist Church, eds. The Methodist Church in Social Thought and Action - A Summary.
      • George Macdonald. Diary of an Old Soul: 366 Writings for Devotional Reflection.
      • Martin E. Marty. Second Chance for American Protestants.
      • Richard Luecke. New Meanings for New Beings.
      • Clyde L. Manschreck, trans. and ed. Melanchthon on Christian Doctrine: Loci Communes, 1555.
      • George W. Weber. The Congregation Mission: Emerging Structures for the Church in an Urban Society.
      • Carl F. Wisløff; Joseph M. Shaw, trans. The Gift of Communion: Luther's Controversy with Rome on Eucharistic Sacrifice.
      • Paul Simon. Lovejoy: Martyr to Freedom.
      • Gotthold Müller. Christian Gottlob Pregizer (1751-1824): Sein Leben und Seine Schriften.
      • George A. Lindbeck, ed. Dialogue on the Way: Protestant Reports from Rome on the Vatican Council.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Do You Remember? 1865 - 1915 - 1940
    • The Future: The Church's Responsibility in the Tomorrow
      • Fredrik A. Schiotz
    • Tragedy and Triumph in Canadian Lutheranism
      • Erich R. W. Schultz
    • The Heritage of "Mother" Trinity (Saint Louis, Missouri)
      • Walter O. Umbach
    • The Eastland Disaster
      • Gotthold G. Elbert
    • The Burden of Infallibility: A Study in the History of Dogma
      • Theodore Graebner
    • The Centennial Celebration of Lutheranism in Connecticut
      • David P. Scaer
    • Walther's School Visits in Braeunsdorf
      • Johannes Huebener, transcriber; Carl S. Meyer, trans.
    • Current Publications
      • Albert G. Huegli, ed. Church and State under God. Reviewed by Fred W. Meuser.
      • Milton Perry Brown. The Authentic Writings of Ignatius: A Study of Linguistic Criteria. Reviewed by Herbert T. Mayer.
      • Keith R. Bridston and Dwight W. Culver. Pre-seminary Education. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Roland H. Bainton. The Horizon History of Christianity. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Editorial Comments
      • Charles Mullett's "Dilemma of the Historian - Any Historian"
      • English Primer with "G was a German and drank Lagerbeer"
      • John Burchard's "Historian and the City"
      • Michael Greenbaum on mankind
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • 1865 - 1915 - 1940
    • Laying the Foundation of a New Church in Western Canada
      • Alfred M. Rehwinkel
    • A Letter about Rudolf Lange
      • Edna McElhiney Olson
    • The Immigrant Condition as a Factor Contributing to the Conservatism of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
      • Frederick C. Luebke
    • A Soliloquy for the 70th Anniversary of the Chrysostomos Literary Society of St. John's College, Winfield, Kansas
      • Emil M. Biegener
    • Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on Photo-Duplication for 1964 by Concordia Historical Institute
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Lutheran Columns in the Court of Christian Pioneers at the Protestant and Orthodox Center of the New York World's Fair
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Current Publications
      • Richard R. Caemmerer and Alfred O. Fuerbringer, eds. Toward A More Excellent Ministry. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Arthur C. Repp. Confirmation in The Lutheran Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Jaroslav Pelikan. Obedient Rebels: Catholic Substance and Protestant Principles in Luther's Reformation. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • George V. Schick, trans.; Jaroslav Pelikan and Walter A. Hansen, eds. Luther's Works: Lectures on Genesis, Chapters 21-25. Volume IV. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Gottfried G. Krodel, ed. and trans. Luther's Works: Letters I. Volume XLVIII. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Ulrich S. Leupold, ed.; Helmut T. Lehmann, gen. ed. Luther's Works: Liturgy and Hymns. Volume LIII. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Peder Olsen; Herman E. Jorgensen, trans. Pastoral Care and Psychotherapy: A Study in Cooperation Between Physician and Pastor. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Stephen C. Neill and Hans-Ruedi Weber, eds. The Layman in Christian History. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • William A. Clebsch and Charles A. Jaekle. Pastoral Care in Historical Perspective: An Essay with Exhibits. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • A. G. Dickens. The English Reformation. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • John M. Jensen. The United Evangelical Lutheran Church: An Interpretation. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • John W. Behnken. This I Recall. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • New Members 1964
    • Editorial Comments
      • Concordia Seminary articles in various journals
      • CHIQ is about American Lutheranism
      • Dr. Rehwinkel on Canadian Lutheranism
      • Luebke's article a welcome one
      • Membership of CHI is at an all-time high
      • Give your historical documents to CHI
      • Boyd C. Shafer's address, "History in the United States: Some Doubts and Affirmations"
      • Letter to the Editor on ordinary church members and scholarly publications by Paul Wiegner
      • Letter to the Editor on Canadian Lutheran statistics by Pal Wiegner
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 37 (1964)

    • Concordia's Ante-bellum Years in Saint Louis, 1849-1861
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • "I Would Do It Again"
      • William H. Eifert
    • Concordia's Quasquicentennial
      • William A. Poehler
    • Current Publications
      • Carl S. Meyer, ed. Moving Frontiers. Reviewed by Willard D. Allbeck.
      • Philip Jacob Spener. Theodore G. Tappert, ed. and trans. Pia Desideria. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Richard R. Cammerer and Erwin L. Lueker. Church and Ministry in Transition. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Jaroslav Pelikan, ed. Luther's Works: Lectures on Galatians, 1535, Chapters 5-6; Lectures on Galatians, 1519, Chapters 1-6. Volume XXVII. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Arch Books: The Good Samaritan, The Boy Who Ran Away, The Great Surprise, Eight Bags of Gold, The Rich Fool, Little Benjamin and the First Christmas. Reviewed by Carol Toepper.
      • Thomas Coates. Authority in the Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • F. W. Herzberger, Harry N. Huxhold, rev. Family Altar. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Alfred M. Rehwinkel. Dr. Bessie: Life Story and Romance of a Pioneer Lady Doctor in Our Western and the Canadian Frontier as Told by Herself and Here Presented in a Running Narrative by her Husband. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Arndt L. Halvorson. One Life to Live: The Image of a Christian. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Editorial Comments
      • 125th anniversary of Concordia Seminary commemorated
      • Rector Georg Schick remembered
      • More reviews of Moving Frontiers
      • Concordia Theological Monthly Author and Subject Index and propose index for CHIQ
      • Dean Lueking's Mission in the Making compared to Forster's Zion on the Mississippi and Mundinger's Government in the Missouri Synod
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • KFUO's Beginnings
      • Alan Graebner
    • "O Tebeningeion - "O Dearest Jesus"
      • Walter P Schoenfuhs
    • Greetings to the Perry County Lutherans on the 125th Anniversary of their Coming to Missouri
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Lutheran Education: 100 Years
        Theodore J. C. Kuehnert
    • The 1860 Rules at Concordia Seminary
      • Carl S. Meyer, trans.
    • Current Publications
      • Martin Lehmann. Justus Jonas, Loyal Reformer. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Keith R. Bridston and Dwight W. Culver, eds. The Making of Ministers: Essays on Clergy Training Today. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Martin H. Haendschke. The Sunday School Story: The History of the Sunday School in The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Martin Schmidt, Norman T. Goldhawk, trans. John Wesley: A Theological Biography. Volume I. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Albert C. Outler, ed. John Wesley. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • F. Dean Lueking. Mission in the Making. Reviewed by Marcus R. Kluender.
      • Werner Elert, Walter A. Hansen, trans. The Structure of Lutheranism. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Eight Evangelical Scholars. Can I Trust My Bible?. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Merrill T. Gilbertson, Harriet L. Overbolt, ed. Where it Happened in Bible Times. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • J. Franklin Yount. The Minister Speaks at Various Times on Sundry Subjects under Different Circumstances. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Editorial Comments
      • Repp and Kuehnert articles are fine pieces of work
      • Advertising in CHIQ
      • Zion Lutheran Church, Oldwick, New Jersey, celebrates 250th anniversary
      • Articles of religious history in state historical journals
      • Charles F. Rauh and five LCMS presidents
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Concordia Historical Institute and its Educational Role in the Church
      • Arthur C. Repp
    • Three Life Members Deceased (Harry J. W. Niehaus, Otto F. Hoemann, Charles H. Hickman)
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Letter from the White House
      • Warren G. Harding to J. F. E. Nickelsburg
    • Letter to the Editor
      • Frederick Nohl to Carl S. Meyer
    • River Forest Fifty Years Ago
      • Theodore Kuehnert
    • The American Lutheran Scene, 1831-1841, as Reflected in the "Lutheran Observer"
      • Karl Koch
    • Archivist Goetz Deceased
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Cornerstone Laying of Concordia Historical Institute
      • Herman Harms
    • The Friedrich Brunn Memorial Room in Steeden/Lahn
    • Steeden's Blessings
    • The Church in Steeden/Lahn
    • Editorial Comments
      • Charles B. Foelsch calls attention to higher education in the Southern United States
      • N. A. Struefert on learning the lessons of history
      • Walter O. Umbach's historical sketch of Trinity Lutheran Church, Saint Louis
      • Jeremiah F. Ohl and the Pennsylvania Ministerium
      • C. F. W. Walther on F. A. Schmidt in 1864
      • Corrections to Robert M. Manley article
    • Current Publications
      • Dallin H. Oaks, ed. The Wall Between Church and State. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Carl S. Meyer. Pioneers Find Friends. Reviewed by Robert Preus.
      • E. W. Mueller and Giles C. Ekola, eds. The Silent Struggle for Mid-America: The Church in Town and Country Today. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Paul L. Maier. A Man Spoke, A World Listened: The Story of Walter A. Maier. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Ray C. Petry, ed. A History of Christianity: Readings in the History of the Early and Medieval Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Clyde L. Manschreck. A History of Christianity: Readings in the History of the Church from the reformation to the Present. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • H. Shelton Smith, Robert RT. Handy, Lefferts A. Loetscher. American Christianity: An Historical Interpretation with Representative Documents. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Franklin H. Littell. From State Church to Pluralism: A Protestant Interpretation of Religion in American History. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • Language, Loyalty and Liberty: The Nebraska State Council of Defense and the Lutheran Churches, 1917-1918
      • Robert N. Manley
    • New Members, 1963
    • Report to The Lutheran Laymen's League on the Institute's Microfilm Activities for 1963
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Planting and Watering
      • Dorris A. Flesner
    • Current Publications
      • August C. Stellhorn. Schools of The Lutheran Church --Missouri Synod. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Editorial Comments
      • Comments by Robert N. Manley on his article
      • Lorenz Blankenbuehler dies
      • January 1964 issue of CHIQ delayed because of index, compiled by Karl Wyneken and edited by Philip Schroeder
      • CHI Board of Governors appoints special committee on the publication of sources and records
    • District Archivists and Historians

    Volume 36 (1963)

    • Farewell Sermon to the Central District: Fort Wayne, Indiana, 20 June 1963
      • John H. Meyer
    • Our Unforgettable Fick
      • Walter D. Uhlig
    • St. Paul's Serbin, Receives Historical Medallion
    • Archivists' and Historians' Conference
      • August R. Suelflow
    • The Value of History
      • Oliver R. Harms
    • Current Publications
      • Erik Routley. Creeds and Confessions from the Reformation to the Modern Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Charles P. Krauth. The Conservative Reformation and its Theology. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Donald C. Ziemke. Love for the Neighbor in Luther's Theology: The Development of His Thought. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Timothy L. Smith. Called Unto Holiness: The Story of the Nazarenes: The Formative Years. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Sidney E. Mead. The Lively Experiment: The Shaping of Christianity in America. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Vilmos Vajta, ed. Church in Fellowship: Pulpit and Altar Fellowship Among the Lutherans (Essays by Fred W. Meuser, Johannes Meister, Carl Henrik Lyttkens, Vilmos Vajta). Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Cornelius J. Dyck, ed. A Legacy of Faith: The Heritage of Menno Simons. A Sixtieth Anniversary Tribute to Cornelius Krahn. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Georgia Harkness. The Church and its Laity. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Theodore Heimarck. Preaching for Tethered Man. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Lennart Pinomaa, Walter J. Kukkonin, trans. Faith Victorious: An Introdction to Luther's Theology. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Erwin E. Kowalke. You and Your Synod: The Story of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • H. Berkhof, John Howard Yoder, trans. Christ and the Powers. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Neelak S. Tjernagel, ed. The Reformation Essays of Dr. Robert Barnes. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • C. F. W. Walther, John Theodore Mueller, trans. The Form of a Christian Congregation. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Quarterly Index, Volumes XXXIII to XXXVI (1960-1964)
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • The History of Concordia College, New Orleans
      • Henry W. Niermann, Jr.
    • Current Publications
      • John Lawson. A Theological and Historical Introduction to the Apostolic Fathers. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Jaroslav Pelikan, trans. Luther's Works: Lectures on Galatians, 1535. Volume XXVI. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • A Blessed Life of Service
      • Otto Sunderman
    • "A Changeless Christ for a Changing World": Historical Sketch
        Julius F. E. Nickelsburg
    • Editorial Comments
      • Reflection on Soren Kierkegaard
      • Bureau of Information erected at Liberty Jail, Liberty, Missouri (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints History)
      • Finances of CHI audited
      • Hermannsburg letter, E. A. Brauer to Theodore Harms, March 1867
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • The American Luther League, A One-Purpose Organization
      • E. Fred Vonderlage
    • Fort Wayne's Concordia During The Civil War
      • Carl S. Meyer
    • Snapshots of Missouri's Mission in China: An Address Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Missouri Synod's Mission Work on the Mainland of China
      • Lawrence B. Meyer
    • Old Trinity Organ
      • Edmund Seuel
    • Recent Publications
      • Maldwyn Allen Jones. American Immigration (The Chicago History of American Civilization, Daniel J. Boorstin, ed.) Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Herman A. Preus and Edmond Smits, eds. The Doctrine of Man in classical Lutheran Theology (Translated from the Works of Martin Chemnitz and Johann Gerhard by Marie Colaci, Lowell Satre, J. A. O. Preus, Jr., Otto Stahlke, and Bert H. Narveson) Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Pastor Gotthard Daniel Fritzsche, 1797-1863
      • F. J. H. Blaess
    • Editorial Notes
      • "A Brief Historical Sketch of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod" published
      • Experimental edition of The Small Catechism by Martin Luther in contemporary English issued
      • Visit historical monuments of the Lutheran Church during vacation
      • "Moving Frontiers" to be published
    • District Archivists and Historians
    • The Value of History as a Leisure Activity
      • Raymond H. Muessig
    • Recent Publications
      • Robert W. Bertram. Theology in the Life of the Church. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Waldemar O. Doescher. The Church College in Today's Culture. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Edwin Scott Gaustad. Historical Atlas of Religion in America. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
      • Martin E. Marty. The Infidel: Freethought and American Religion. Reviewed by Carl S. Meyer.
    • Tracing Women's Services in the Missouri Synod
      • Ruth Brauer
    • Report to the Lutheran Laymen's League on the Institute's Microfilm Activities for 1962
      • August R. Suelflow
    • Life Story of Walter A. Maier to be Published
    • New Members Since Last Printing
    • Muhlenberg's Authority
      • W. D. Allbeck
    • Theses on Inner Mission: Presented to the Convention of the General Council at Milwaukee 1905 (from Documentary History of the General Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in North America)
      • S. E. Ochsenford
    • Editorial Notes
      • Change in printer for CHIQ after thirty-five years
      • Committee formed to produce the works of C. F. W. Walther, required by LCMS Convention in 1962
      • Willard D. Allbeck article in Lutheran Quarterly on John S. Mau
    • District Archivists and Historians
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