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Concordia Seminary Offers Summer Workshops

Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, is pleased to announce its summer 2006 series of workshops for pastors, professional church workers and interested lay persons. Twelve workshops, covering a wide variety of subjects, are offered nationwide.

The cost for each summer workshop is $110, except for “Church-State Issues from a Lutheran Perspective” (June 13-15), which is $195 and is limited to seven participants. Payment is due 21 days prior to the beginning of each workshop, and workshops have a minimum required enrollment. Housing and meal information may be obtained from the host pastor.

To register or receive further information, contact the Office of Continuing Education and Parish Services, Concordia Seminary, 801 Seminary Place, St. Louis, MO 63105; (314) 505-7123; ce@csl.edu.

“Journey with Jonah,” June 5-7, Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Albany, N.Y., by Dr. Reed Lessing, associate professor of exegetical theology and interim vice president for student life at Concordia Seminary.

“Church-State Issues from a Lutheran Perspective,” June 13-15, Luther Institute, Washington, D.C., by Dr. Dale Meyer, president and professor of practical theology at Concordia Seminary. (Limited to seven participants.)

“Worldwide Prayer, Worldwide Mission,” June 19-21, St. Andrew Lutheran Church, West Fargo, N.D., by Dr. Jeffrey Gibbs, professor of exegetical theology and academic advisor for Sem 1 students at Concordia Seminary.

“The Book of Revelation and the End Times,” July 10-12, Christ Lutheran Church, Phoenix, Ariz., by Dr. Louis Brighton, professor emeritus at Concordia Seminary.

“Incense Rising and Screens Descending: How Do We Worship God in the 21st Century?” July 24-26, College Hill Lutheran Church, Cedar Falls, Iowa, by Dr. Kent Burreson, assistant professor of systematic theology at Concordia Seminary.

“Why Some and Not Others? The Canon of the New Testament in Historical and Theological Perspective,” July 24-26, Concordia University, Portland, Ore., by Prof. Jeffrey Kloha, assistant professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Seminary.

“When Things Fall Apart,” July 31-Aug. 2, Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Colorado Springs, Colo., by Dr. Henry Rowold, mission professor of practical theology at Concordia Seminary.

“Two Kinds of Righteousness: A Better Paradigm than Law and Gospel,” August 7-9, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Cedar Crest, N.M., by Dr. Joel Biermann, assistant professor of systematic theology at Concordia Seminary.

“Why Some and Not Others? The Canon of the New Testament in Historical and Theological Perspective,” August 7-9, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Seymour, Ind., by Prof. Jeffrey Kloha, assistant professor of exegetical theology at Concordia Seminary.

“Restore the Roar: Studies in the Book of Amos,” August 7-9, St. James Lutheran Church, Cleveland, Ohio, by Dr. Reed Lessing, associate professor of exegetical theology and interim vice president for student life at Concordia Seminary.

“The Johannine Epistles and the Apostle of Love,” August 14-16, Trinity Lutheran Church, Tryon, N.C., by Dr. Louis Brighton, professor emeritus at Concordia Seminary.

“The Uniqueness of Christ in a Pluralistic Culture: Through Lutheran Eyes,” August 21-23, Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Wichita, Kan., by Dr. Joel Okamoto, assistant professor of systematic theology at Concordia Seminary.

For more information, contact Continuing Education, Concordia Seminary, 801 Seminary Place, St. Louis, MO 63105; (314) 505-7123; ce@csl.edu.