Spring 2019 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly

Spring 2019 CHI Quarterly

In anticipation of the 125th anniversary of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s first foreign mission to India, the Spring 2019 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 92, no.1) brings you four articles focusing on this important and flourishing mission. The lead article, “The Formative Years of Missouri Evangelical Lutheran

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Winter 2018 CHI Quarterly

The unpredictable rain-shower of the Word of God is the theme for the Winter 2018 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 91, no.4). This issue contains not only the keynote address by the Rev. Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie for the 44th annual CHI awards banquet, with it’s theme

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Spring 2018 CHI Quarterly

Just arrived! The Spring 2018 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 91, no.1) has been received from the printer and has been delivered to our mail vendor. The Spring 2018 issue provides some historical perspectives on Lutherans and the civil rights struggle in Selma. It accomplishes this through

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Winter 2016 CHI Quarterly

The Winter 2016 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 89, no.4) has arrived and should be delivered to your mailbox shortly! It provides us with items from the 2016 CHI Awards Banquet as well as a major article on the history of catechisms in the LCMS! The issue

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Spring 2016 CHI Quarterly

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

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Winter 2015 CHI Quarterly

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

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