Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Volume 93, no.2 cover

Summer 2020 CHI Quarterly

Couldn’t attend the Walther Roundtable? No Problem! The Summer 2020 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 93, no.2) contains three of the four lectures that were presented at the Walther Roundtable. The first article is entitled, “C. F. W. Walther Publishes an Impassioned Plea: ‘Compare the Word of Christ with the

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Spring 2020 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly

Spring 2020 CHI Quarterly

How about focusing on a congregation? The Spring 2020 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 93, no.1) looks at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana, one of the original fourteen congregations who joined the Missouri Synod in 1847. To accomplish this the following two articles are provided: “History of the

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly Winter 2019

Winter 2019 CHI Quarterly

Look what just appeared in the mail! More LCMS Celebration! The Winter 2019 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 92, no.4) is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Concordia Publishing House. To celebrate the anniversary of the publishing house of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod, the following articles are provided: “Remembering and

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Fall 2019 CHI Quarterly

Happy Anniversary! The Fall 2019 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 92, no.3) is dedicated to the 125th anniversary of Concordia University Nebraska. To commemorate this blessed event the Fall issue includes more articles than are normally published. This special anniversary issue reflects a history of Lutheran education through a variety

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Dedication of new congregation at Madras India Aug. 18, 1923

CHI Museum Exhibit Opens on Missouri Synod Mission Work in India

In its ongoing mission to preserve and proclaim the history of the Missouri Synod, Concordia Historical Institute is excited to announce the opening of the museum exhibit “The Mercy of Christ Freely Given: The First Twenty-Seven Years of Missouri Synod Mission Work in South India.” As the LCMS commemorates 125

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Summer 2019 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly

Summer 2019 CHI Quarterly

The Summer 2019 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 92, no.2) is in some ways a continuation from previous issues. The lead article from Benjamin Nickodemus concerns the LCMS India mission, which was the focus of the previous issue. His article is entitled, “Did Christ Not Come to Save These?: MELIM’s

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CHI Historical Footnotes v.63

Historical Footnotes 2018

The combined 2018 issue of the CHI membership newsletter, Historical Footnotes (volume 63 issues 1 and 2), has been released and boy, is it filled with useful information! Articles in this issue include “Access, Access, access!: CHI Archives Catalog Now Accessible on Computer and Smartphone”, “Advancing the Early History of

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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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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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