The latest issue of Lutheran Theological Review (vol. 32) has been released. 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 32, the latest issue. It contains:
Ponderings on Pandemics, Patience, and the Church
Thomas J. Korcok
“Love Your Neighbour” vs “Love One Another”: Similarities and Differences
David W. T. Brattston
Second and Third John: Antilegomena or Pro-gegrammena? Minimal Meaning or Paradigms of Pastoral Practice?
Together at the Lord’s Table: A Lutheran Response
Werner Klän and Jobst Schöne
The Limits of Systematics for a Sacramental Theology
The Eucharist: Final Report of the Joint Roman Catholic–Lutheran Commission, 1978, viewed from a particular Lutheran angle a generation down the road
John R. Stephenson
Der Theologe Hermann Sasse (1895-1976)
Wilhelm Weber, Jr
CLTS Opening Service 2019: “Peace Be with You!” (Jn 20:19-31)
Thomas M. Winger