Virtual Tour: Concordia Seminary library renovation nears completion
Library Research Guides
Learn about loan periods, interlibrary loans, extension services, access to resources, alumni privileges and more.
Browse research and scholarship from our libraries, selected and deposited by individual departments and centers on campus.
The Concordia Seminary library, located in Ludwig E. Fuerbringer Hall, traces its origins to 1839, when the original instructors in the Perry County log cabin used their personal libraries in the teaching of students.
The Concordia Seminary faculty maintain a series of blogs designed to inspire the vigorous life of the mind in service to the Gospel.
The Concordia Seminary library houses a world-class collection of primary and secondary resources on the Lutheran Reformation, including thousands of 16th- to 18th-century publications, microforms of primary sources and specialized reference works on the era, its major and minor figures, and their writings.