"Hermann Sasse and the Third Reich". An essay read to the LCC East Regional Pastors' Conference, 2022-03-15, by Dr John R. Stephenson.
An essay read to the LCC East Regional Pastors' Conference, 2022-03-15, originally published: Thomas M. Winger, ‘Sasse as Interpreter of the Lutheran Confessions’, in Der Theologe Hermann Sasse (1895–1976): Einblicke in Seine Internationale Wirkung Als Exeget, Kirchenhistoriker, Systematiker Und Ökumeniker, ed. Werner Klän, Oberurseler Hefte Ergänzungsbände 24 (Göttingen: Edition Ruprecht, 2020), 72–88.
The following sermon was preached by Dr Harold Ristau in the seminary's Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service in celebration of the Festival of St Matthias, Apostle, 24 February 2022. The Yoke’s on You (Matthew 11:25-30) As you know, a yoke is the bar across the back of a cow or donkey that allows … Continue reading Sermon: St Matthias, Apostle
This sermon was preached by Dr Harold Ristau in the seminary’s Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service on the Purification of Mary and the Presentation of Our Lord. The text is Lk. 2:22-40, particularly the Song of Simeon. “For my eyes have seen Your salvation that You have prepared in the presence of all … Continue reading Sermon: The Song of Simeon
This sermon was preached by Dr John Stephenson in the seminary's Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service on the occasion of the Conversion of St Paul, 25 January 2022. The text is Acts 9:1-22. Saul of Tarsus went so far in his war against the Church that the Lord took matters into His own … Continue reading Sermon: Conversion of St Paul 2022
The latest news from Concordia has been sent out to all congregations in Lutheran Church–Canada in our Advent Newsletter. You can read it online here. Please remember to support our mission as you consider your Christian giving.
When Jane Jacob embarked on her Master of Theological Studies degree in 2013, she probably didn't anticipate the twists and turns that were ahead of her. It was an article on apologetics in The Canadian Lutheran, written by seminary professor Dr Bill Mundt, that first drew her interest. She knew that it would be a … Continue reading Making Up for a Virtual Graduation
The seminary community warmly invites you to our service of Advent Lessons and Carols. This treasured annual event takes place this year on the Second Sunday in Advent, 5 December 2021, at 4.00pm. The seminary faculty, staff, students, and Seminary Choir will be joined by the music of organ, violin, and brass. As members of … Continue reading Advent Lessons and Carols Service 2021
The latest issue of Lutheran Theological Review (vol. 33) 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 … Continue reading New Volume of Lutheran Theological Review Released
The following sermon was preached by Dr John Stephenson in the seminary's Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service in observance of All Saints' Day, 1 November 2021. Today’s festival issues a formidable challenge to everyone who endeavours to keep it. Do we really believe those words that habitually roll off our tongues to the … Continue reading Sermon: All Saints’ Day 2021