The Spring 2015 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 88, no.1) celebrates not only the 175th anniversary of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri, but also assists its readers in the tools to carry out historical research.
It accomplishes this through articles by Gerhard H. Bode, Jr. and Russell P. Baldner on “A Young Scholar’s Essay: The Franz Julius Biltz Altenburg Settlement Beschreibung Manuscript (1842), as well as James M. Thomas’ “A Bethlehem Built by Poverty”, Russell P. Baldner’s part one article “Institution, Structure, and Place: Revisiting the Historiographic Circumstances of the Saxon Lutheran Lehranstalt – Log Cabin College”, and finally with Lee Hagan and Russell P. Baldner’s article “Experiences from Olden Times by Franz Julius Biltz, being an Essay Written on the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of Concordia (College) Seminary (1899).
The Summer 2015 issue will continue the theme of Concordia Seminary’s 175th anniversary.
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