What were the women of Wittenberg doing while Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in 1517? How did the Lutheran conception of law, gospel, and vocation affect Europe’s mothers, daughters, sisters, and wives? Did the Reformation have a positive or negative impact on
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
You are invited to join The Auxiliary of Concordia Historical Institute on December 12, 2017 to hear a special Reformation lecture on “Martin Luther and the Reformation”. The Rev. Dr. Erik Herrmann, Associate Professor of Historical Theology and Chairman of the Department of Historical Theology, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis; Director
The Fall 2017 issue of the Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly (Vol. 90, no.3) has arrived and is devoted to articles and book reviews centered on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The major article of the issue is by a long-time contributor to the Quarterly, the Rev. Dr. Jack D.