ONLINE – The papers from the International Lutheran Council’s (ILC) 7th World Seminaries Conference have now been published and are available online.
Seminário Concórdia, the seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Brazil (Igreja Evangelica Luterana do Brasil – IELB), has published the papers in its academic journal, Igreia Luterana (“Lutheran Church”), Vol. 81, No. 1 (2020). 400 copies of the journal have been published simultaneously in both English and Portuguese, and a copy will be sent to each ILC seminary.
The papers are also available to download free online in both English and Portuguese at revistaigrejaluterana.com.br.
- Confession is Crucial and Context Counts – Werner Klän (English / Portuguese)
- Christology in Asia – Sam Thompson (English / Portuguese)
- Lutheran Identity in a Post-Christian Context – Christoph Barnbrock (English / Portuguese)
- Spiritual Warfare in a Lutheran Perspective – Nicholas Salifu (English / Portuguese)
- No Longer Married, But Still Engaged: The Role of the Christian Church in the Face of Declining Influence – Joel Biermann (English / Portuguese)
- Ecclesial Lutheran Identity and the Church’s Mission in the Face of the Reality of Favelas – Samuel Fuhrmann (English / Portuguese)
- Migration and Mission – Douglas Rutt (English / Portuguese)
- The Theological Curriculum and its Construction – Anselmo Graff (English / Portuguese)
The 7th World Seminaries Conference took place October 15-18, 2019 in Baguio City, Philippines. Further information on the 2019 World Seminaries Conference is available here.
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