Walther and Missions – what do you know about this topic? Do you want to learn more? The Summer 2022 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 95, no.2) contains one homily and three lectures about C.F.W. Walther and missions, which were presented at the 2022 Walther Roundtable. ARTICLES The Rev. Dr.
The 175th anniversary of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod (LCMS) has arrived! Concordia Historical Institute, in partnership with the LCMS, has commissioned the striking of a commemorative bronze medal. Only 350 of these medals will be made available to the public, so don’t delay! Get yours today! CHI has also partnered
It’s here! The 175th anniversary of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod has arrived! The Spring 2022 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 95, no.1) contains five articles which draw our attention to this historic event. ARTICLES Synod president, Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, provides a brief introduction to this issue which focuses
Preparations are underway for the Saxon Lutheran Memorial Fall Festival on Saturday, October 9, 2021. Concordia Historical Institute, the Department of Archives and History of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, continues to invite all who desire to preserve and proclaim the rich theological and cultural history of confessional Lutheranism in North
NOW AVAILABLE VALUABLE NEW DIGITAL RESOURCE IN THE STUDY OF LUTHERAN HISTORY IN NORTH AMERICA Concordia Historical Institute, in collaboration with the American Theological Library Association (ATLA), announces the appearance of its journal, Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (CHIQ) on ATLASerials PLUS (ATLAS PLUS) in full, searchable text. This will be
CONCORDIA HISTORICAL INSTITUTE RECOGNIZES EXCELLENCE IN LUTHERAN HISTORY PUBLICATIONS During its 43rd annual banquet on Nov. 9 at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis the Awards Committee of Concordia Historical Institute (CHI) presented 13 “Awards of Commendation” for works published in 2016. Categories of published works considered for the CHI awards included
The Summer 2017 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 90, no.2) focuses on some lesser-known pastors in the mid-history of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod. The Spring 2017 issue was focused on the work of laymen in the Lutheran Church, so it is only fitting that we present the