Concordia Theology’s website, www.concordiatheology.org , has undergone a substantial redesign in response to an online survey conducted last summer.
The website’s new look makes it more user-friendly and easier to find resources for preaching and congregational ministry as well as integrating the vast treasure trove of content from the Seminary’s Scholar archive, scholar.csl.edu , which has with full search capabilities. The Seminary’s Creative Services Manager Jayna Rollings was the creative director/designer and Lewis Mendez was the web developer for the project.
“ConcordiaTheology.org is a space where theology happens, and where theological thinking intersects current events, contemporary cultures and global society,” said Rev. Travis Scholl, managing editor of Seminary publications.
The website also features more content related to current trends and events in culture and society and current faculty projects. Along with a new look, www.ConcordiaTheology.org  also will include:
The Pulpit – preaching resources
Blog – posts from professors
CJ online – the digital platform of our flagship theological journal, Concordia Journal
Congregations – Bible studies and other resources
News – information about Seminary happenings
Scholar – research and archives