CHIQ Volume 94 No.1 (Spring 2021)

Spring 2021 CHI Quarterly

Does each issue have to have a theme? Most definitely not!  The Spring 2021 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 94, no.1) provides our readers with four articles of varying historical importance in an effort to reach a wider audience. The first article, entitled, “Recalling the Work of the Special Hymnal

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Winter 2020 CHI Quarterly

Do you want to rediscover historical Lutheran connections? Then read on! The Winter 2020 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 93, no.4) contains two articles which show just that, Lutheran connections in United States of America history and German-American history. The first article, entitled, “Two Kingdom Theology and Praxis in America:

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Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly v.93 no.3

Fall 2020 CHI Quarterly

Not all mission endeavors are alike, and thank God for that! The Fall 2020 Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Volume 93, no.3) contains three articles which show how missions take different forms to address the needs of those to whom God showers his grace. The first article and second articles inform

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Donate Now and Memberships available online

Online Donations and Memberships

It is now even more convenient to renew your membership or make a donation to the ministry of Concordia Historical Institute because online donations and memberships are now available on the CHI website! CHI is excited to announce that donations and membership renewals can be made via our DONATE NOW

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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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Conference on Lutheranism in North America

Lutheranism in North America

Concordia Historical Institute, along with the Lutheran Historical Conference and Thrivent Reformation Research Center at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, are proud to sponsor “The Lutheran Reformation in North America: A 400-year Heritage”. This event will take place in Koburg Hall on the campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri

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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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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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