CHI Exhibit Pressed into Service by the Word of God to Close

Concordia Historical Institute’s Museum Exhibit, “Pressed into Service by the Word of God” set to close Saturday, November 10, 2018. Concordia Historical Institute, located on the campus of Concordia Seminary in Clayton, Missouri, announces that the current museum exhibit, “Pressed into Service by the Word of God” will close on

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Pressed into Service Exhibit Catalog

Now Available: Museum Exhibit Catalog “Pressed into Service by the Word of God” Documenting the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation Concordia Historical Institute is pleased to make available a detailed full-color catalog of its museum exhibit currently on display on the campus of Concordia Seminary in Clayton, Missouri. “The Lutheran

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Historical Footnotes Spring Summer 2017

The Historical Footnotes continues in it’s new format to inform CHI members! Volume 62, Issue 1 (Spring-Summer 2017) of the biannual newsletter of Concordia Historical Institute was recently sent out to its members. Volume 62, Issue 1 contains an article on CHI’s current museum exhibit – “Pressed into Service by

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Pressed into Service by the Word of God

Upcoming Museum Exhibit “Pressed into Service by the Word of God” Documents the History of Martin Luther and the Reformation through Rare Books and Coins Concordia Historical Institute, located on the campus of Concordia Seminary in Clayton, Missouri, announces a major exhibit of rare books and coins documenting the 500-year

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Reformation 2017 exhibit

The exhibit theme is set! Concordia Historical Institute’s upcoming exhibit for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation has been given the title, “Pressed into Service by the Word of God”. The exhibit is scheduled to open February 18, 2017 (the 471st anniversary of the death of Martin Luther) at CHI’s

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The Auxiliary of Concordia Historical Institute

Please join The Auxiliary of Concordia Historical Institute on October 13, 2016 to hear a discussion of “The Augsburg Confession in Numismatic Art”. The Rev. Dr. Daniel N. Harmelink, the Executive Director of Concordia Historical Institute and the President of the International Association of Reformation Coins and Medals, will be

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