Reformation 500 Conference Audio: 5. Keller – 95 Theses as Ecumenical Document

From "The Reformation of Worship and Preaching", a conference in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation (11 September 2017). Dr James Keller is Adjunct Professor at Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catharines, and Executive Director of Lutheran Bible Translators--Canada.

Reformation 500 Conference Audio: 4. Schöne – Liturgy as Confession of Faith

From "The Reformation of Worship and Preaching", a conference in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation (11 September 2017). Dr Jobst Schoene is retired bishop of the Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church of Germany (SELK). Dr Michael Attridge of the University of St Michael's College in the University of Toronto responds. We apologise that after the 33rd minute the video disappears, but the audio is available through to the end of the lecture and response.

Reformation 500 Conference Audio: 3. Stephenson – The Reformation of Salvation

From "The Reformation of Worship and Preaching", a conference in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation (11 September 2017). Dr John Stephenson is Professor of Historical Theology at Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catharines.

Reformation 500 Conference Audio: 2. Sidenvall – Understanding the Authority of Luther’s Preaching in an Anti-Authoritarian Culture

From "The Reformation of Worship and Preaching", a conference in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation (11 September 2017). Rev. Fredrik Sidenvall is Headmaster of the Lutheran High School of Gothenburg (nL M Engströms Gymnasium), Sweden.

Reformation 500 Conference Audio: 1. Schöne – Luther without Fake News

From "The Reformation of Worship and Preaching", a conference in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation (10 September 2017). Introduction by Dr Thomas Winger, Welcome by RC Bishop Gerard Bergie, and keynote lecture by Dr Jobst Schoene, retired bishop of the Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church of Germany (SELK).

Holy Cross Day 2017

The following sermon was preached by Dr Thomas Winger in the seminary's Martin Luther Chapel for the Divine Service commemorating Holy Cross Day, 14 September 2017. John 12:20-33 Dear brothers and sisters of our Lord Jesus Christ: Holy Cross Day is a somewhat peculiar interloper in this Reformation anniversary year. After all, Luther was pretty … Continue reading Holy Cross Day 2017

Last Chance to Register for the Reformation 500 Conference

Registration for the Reformation  500 conference closes this Friday, 1 September. We need attendance confirmed by that point so that we can arrange for catering and parking. Please follow the instructions below to register as soon as possible.   As part of this year's celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, Concordia will … Continue reading Last Chance to Register for the Reformation 500 Conference

Dr Winger Honours His Teacher in Festschrift for Voelz

Dr James W. Voelz was honoured with the presentation of  a Festschrift edited by colleagues Andrew Bartelt, Jeffrey Kloha, and Paul Raabe at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature in November 2015. The volume, not yet complete at the time, has now appeared in print (2017). Dr Voelz is the author of … Continue reading Dr Winger Honours His Teacher in Festschrift for Voelz

Reformation 500 Conference, 10-11 September 2017: Registration Now Open!

As part of this year's celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, Concordia will hold a conference exploring the Reformation's impact on parish life. "The Reformation of Worship and Preaching" will feature Rev. Dr Jobst Schöne, bishop emeritus of the Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church of Germany (SELK) and Rev. Fredrik Sidenvall, Principal at … Continue reading Reformation 500 Conference, 10-11 September 2017: Registration Now Open!

“Take Wing” Gets Airborne in Winnipeg

CLTS is not afraid of stealing a good idea! With thanks to our sister seminary in Edmonton, we have inaugurated our own “Take Wing” programme, designed to give second-year seminary students an experience in a parish more distant from the seminary than our usual field work, and to give them personal contact with the seminary. … Continue reading “Take Wing” Gets Airborne in Winnipeg