As part of our service to the church and to the world, we make available a variety of resources. What’s available for you?
Workshops, conferences, and presentations designed to enlighten, inform, and challenge. These are events that are held here in St. Louis and at a variety of locations around the country. Explore these offerings through the Continuing Education pages.
Lectionary @ Lunch
Explore the upcoming readings for the Sundays of the Church Year here as Concordia Seminary professors provide an exposition of the text using the original languages.
With a book collection of over 245,000 volumes, the Concordia Seminary Library provides a wealth of resources for you. Included are the personal libraries of many of the founding fathers of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod and its theologians: C. F. W. Walther, Georg Stoeckhardt, Franz Pieper, E. A. Krauss, and others. Alumni and interested individuals have given unusual and rare materials to the library, e.g., the incunabula from C. A. Graebner, the Russian icons and crosses from Paul Kluender, and the Hemmeter collection of some 1200 dissertations and pamphlets published before 1800.
Discover and enjoy the publications from Concordia Seminary, including Concordia Seminary magazine, Concordia Journal, The Servant, and Guild Lines. You’ll also find archives of previous issues of these and other publications.
Special releases from Concordia Seminary Press will be highlighted here.
A Wealth of Downloadable Resources
Hundreds of hours of classroom video content are available via iTunes.csl.edu.
Theology at Your Fingertips
The faculty of Concordia Seminary maintain a series of blogs at concordiatheology.org.