Exegetical Department

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David L. Adams

Dr. David L. Adams is an associate professor of exegetical theology and secretary of the faculty at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. In addition to teaching courses in Biblical Hebrew and Old Testament, Dr. Adams has also served the Seminary … Continue reading 


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Andrew H. Bartelt

A native of the Milwaukee area and product of the “old system,” Andrew Bartelt “prepped” at Concordia-Milwaukee and graduated from the Senior College at Ft. Wayne in 1971. He then went to Cambridge University in England (B.A. Honours, M.A.), with … Continue reading 


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Louis A. Brighton (Emeritus)

Dr. Louis A. Brighton is professor emeritus. Concordia Seminary,St. Louis, Mo. (B.A. 1950; M.Div. 1952; S.T.M. 1964); Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. (Ph.D. 1991). Associate pastor, Luther-Tyndale Memorial Church and Holy Trinity Church, London, England (1952-54); pastor, Holy Trinity … Continue reading 


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William W. Carr, Jr.

Rev. Bill Carr was born in Baltimore, Md., where he was baptized in a neighborhood Methodist church. The arrival of a second child prompted a move to another part of the city, where his parents were catechized and joined Calvary … Continue reading 


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Thomas J. Egger

Dr. Thomas J. Egger is assistant professor of exegetical theology. Central College, Pella, Iowa (B.A. 1993); Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri (M.Div. 1997); pastor, Zion, Storm Lake, Iowa (2000-05); guest instructor, Concordia Lutheran Seminary, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (1999); assistant professor, … Continue reading 


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Jeffrey A. Gibbs

Dr. Jeffrey Gibbs joined the faculty at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, in 1992; he teaches New Testament. Dr. Gibbs is a teacher and a writer, a pastor and a preacher. Raised in eastern Pennsylvania, Indiana, and southeast Texas, Dr. Gibbs … Continue reading 


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Jeffrey J. Kloha

Born in Chicago, while a young child he moved with his family as his father, a Lutheran elementary school principal, accepted calls to the New York City area and Detroit before returning to Chicago. After completing studies at Concordia Seminary … Continue reading 


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David I. M. Lewis

Rev. David I. M. Lewis is assistant professor of exegetical theology. California State University at Fullerton, Fullerton, California (B.A. 1988); Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri (M.Div. 1994, S.T.M. 1998); pastor, Grace, Crescent City, California (1998-2004); guest instructor, Concordia Seminary, St. … Continue reading 


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Jeffrey A. Oschwald

Dr. Jeffrey A. Oschwald is associate professor of exegetical theology. Concordia College, Ann Arbor, Michigan (B.A. 1979); Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana (M.Div. 1983); University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana (M.A. 1987, Ph.D. 1993); pastor, New Hope, Ossian, … Continue reading 


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Paul R. Raabe

Dr. Paul Raabe is professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Seminary. Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Nebraska (B.S. in Ed. 1975); Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri (M.Div. 1979); Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri (M.A. 1979); University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan … Continue reading 


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Victor A. Raj

As mission professor of exegetical theology, Dr. Victor Raj teaches courses on St. Luke, Galatians, and Colossians in the department of exegetical theology. He teaches a course on world religions which belong in the department of systematic theology. Under the … Continue reading 


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Timothy E. Saleska

Dr. Timothy Saleska, born in Winfield, Kan. to a Lutheran grade school teacher (mom) and high school/college professor (dad), spent his youth hanging around the Campus Center, on the grounds and in the gym at St. John’s College, where his … Continue reading 


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Bruce G. Schuchard

Dr. Bruce Schuchard was born in Corona, Calif., and raised in California, the state of Washington, Pennsylvania, and the city of Naperville, Ill., in suburban Chicago, where he attended Jefferson Junior High School, Naperville North High School (as a freshman), … Continue reading 


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James W. Voelz

Dr. James (Jim) Voelz was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wis., and has been a lifelong member of the LCMS. He attended parochial grade school and public high school in Milwaukee, and prepared for the office of the ministry through … Continue reading 


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