The latest issue of Lutheran Theological Review (vol. 29) is a themed issue dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. The publication of this 2017 volume has been delayed until now in order to publish essays from significant conferences in the jubilee year.

Lutheran Theological Review is an annual journal published by the two seminary faculties of Lutheran Church–Canada. It provides a forum for our professors and pastors to publish their research, and for the seminaries to provide resources and to stimulate the minds of our pastorate and laity. Free copies are sent to every pastor in LCC, and paid subscriptions are available.

In public service to the church we also provide the full text (.pdf) of the current and all back issues on our website (concordia-seminary.ca/ltr/). Click here to download volume 29, the latest issue. It contains:

Articles

  • Luther without Fake News
    Jobst Schöne
  • The Reformation of Worship: Liturgy as Confession of Faith
    Jobst Schöne
  • Luther’s Understanding and Exercise of Authority in his Preaching: An Analysis of His Christmas Sermons from the Perspective of the Psychology of Attachment
    Fredrik Sidenvall
  • Response to Sidenvall
    Timothy Scott
  • The Reformation of Repentance
    John R. Stephenson
  • Luther, the Ninety-five Theses, and Ecumenism: That They May Be One in 2017
    James E. Keller
  • The Reformation of Salvation: Biblical Reflections on the Reformation
    Thomas M. Winger
  • The Reformation of Sanctification: Biblical Reflections on the Reformation
    Thomas M. Winger

Sermons

  • CLTS Opening Service 2017 (Luke 24:13-27)
    Naomichi Masaki
  • “Their Eyes Were Opened” (Luke 24:28-35)
    Esko T. Murto

 

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