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Online Greek 2016-17

Students will learn to read the Greek of the New Testament through a combination of pre-recorded video lectures, live online class sessions with Dr. James W. Voelz and individual study. The course is set to be completed in 30 weeks … Continue reading

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Lenten Sermon Series: Blessed be the Name of the Lord!

We all suffer—personally and privately. We also suffer in more public ways, amplified by social media and a 24-hour news cycle. One of the Bible’s greatest books of wisdom, we need the book of Job now more than ever. This … Continue reading

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Online Greek Winter 2015

Students will learn to read the Greek of the New Testament through a combination of pre-recorded video lectures, live online class sessions with Dr. James W. Voelz, and individual study. The course is set to be completed in 30 weeks … Continue reading

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“The King Is Coming!” An Advent and Christmas Sermon Series

The Kingdom of God is a major theme in God’s holy history, from the house and lineage of David to David’s greater Son and Lord, whose birth we anticipate in the season of Advent. This sermon series explores this theme … Continue reading

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To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World

James Davidson, Hunter. To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World. Oxford University Press (2010). How do we as Christians engage a post-modern world that sees Christianity as irrelevant and seems increasingly … Continue reading

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Overcoming Onto-Theology: Toward a Postmodern Christian Faith

Merold Westphal, Overcoming Onto-Theology: Toward a Postmodern Christian Faith (Perspectives in Continental Philosophy). Fordham University Press, 2001.) In this collection of essays, one of the most prominent philosophers of continental theology argues that post-modern thinking is not only a necessary … Continue reading

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Why I Am Not a Christian

Bertrand Russell’s, Why I Am Not a Christian has been and remains one the most influential works for those who have rejected Christianity. Avowed atheists today still utilize the thoughts and arguments first articulated by Russell in 1967. Dr. Adams … Continue reading

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Orthodoxy

K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy. 1908. Gilbert Keith Chesterton was a prodigious and quotable author of detective fiction, literary criticism, biography, and Christian apologetics, and most of his works are still in print. One of the twentieth century’s most famous converts to … Continue reading

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Online Hebrew Fall 2015

Using the iTunes U videos of the seminary Hebrew course, students will work through lessons on a guided schedule toward finishing the videos in 30 weeks, over three terms. Each week, students will meet with a tutor in an online … Continue reading

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Timely Reflections: A Minute a Day with Dale Meyer

Collection of 365 inspirational devotions from the long-running and ever popular Meyer Minute weekday online series. Dr. Dale A. Meyer currently serves as  President of Concordia Seminary.

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