Concordia Journal is one of the flagship theological journals of North American Lutheran Christianity. The publication explores urgent ideas, themes and issues related to the past, present and future of global Christianity and today’s world from a confessionally Lutheran perspective. Concordia Journal is published quarterly (winter, spring, summer, fall).
Alumni Access to ATLAS®
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis alumni may access ATLASerials® (ATLAS®), an online database that includes search engine and full text of more than 100 major religious and theological journals selected by leading scholars and theologians. On this platform, alumni can research the history of a topic from as early as 1924 to the present, through a combined total of more than 200,000 articles and book reviews.
The staff of Concordia Seminary library are delighted to offer this most relevant and useful resource to our alumni. The full run of Concordia Journal has recently been added to the database, and plans are underway to include Concordia Theological Monthly from 1948-73. The staff of Concordia Seminary library are delighted to offer this most relevant and useful resource to our alumni.
Access is open to all alumni of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. For more information or to request access to ATLAS®, (web address, account name and password), send an email request to [email protected].
Concordia Seminary Magazine
Concordia Seminary magazine chronicles news, issues and current events at Concordia Seminary.
Drop Your Nets and Follow Me
Drop Your Nets and Follow Me is a booklet created to help identify and encourage future church workers.
Guild Lines is a biannual newsletter that lists the Seminary Guild’s current events and project lists.