This collection of essays was gathered as a festschrift to mark the 150th anniversary of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. The essays cover an incredibly wide range of topics—from theological education to biblical hermeneutics to justification to “real-life ministry,” and everything in between—written by a global cast of scholars and church leaders. The sum of these parts reflects the diverse interests and impact of Concordia Seminary’s mission and history.
Contributors: John W. Klotz (editor), Ralph A. Bohlmann, Karl L. Barth, August R. Suelflow, John F. Johnson, Horace D. Hummel, Norman E. Nagel, Quentin F. Wesselschmidt, Wayne E. Schmidt, J. A. O. Preus III, Herbert M. Kern, Lewis W. Spitz, Gottfried Hoffmann, Rudolph Zimmer, Howard W. Kramer, Norman J. Threinen, Kurt E. Marquardt, James W. Voelz