Mark A. Granquist
Associate Professor of Church History

Mark A. GranquistEmail:
mgranquist001@luthersem.edu

Office:
651-641-3489    BH 104C

Curriculum Vitae for Mark A. Granquist

Courses

HC 0330 01CHRISTIANITY 1800-ON - CONFESS CHR Spring Semester 2014-2015

An examination of how Christians have embodied, understood and confessed their faith from the Enlightenment to the present. This course considers the challenges of confessing the Christian faith and pays particular attention to how disputes over orthodoxy, heresy, society, culture, and politics have affected and been affected by missional concerns. A survey of major events, movements, and figures that have influenced the history of Christianity and its mission since the French Revolution in Europe and, in America, since the seventeenth century; with special attention to expansion of Christian missions to Asia and the Global South.

HC 0330 50CHRISTIANITY 1800-ON - CONFESS CHR Spring Semester 2014-2015

An examination of how Christians have embodied, understood and confessed their faith from the Enlightenment to the present. This course considers the challenges of confessing the Christian faIth and pays particular attention to how disputes over orthodoxy, heresy, society, culture, and politics have affected and been affected by missional concerns. A survey of major events, movements, and figures that have influenced the history of Christianity and its mission since the French Revolution in Europe and, in America, since the seventeenth century; with special attention to expansion of Christian missions to Asia and the Global South.

HC 1327 01HISTORY OF LUTHERANS IN NORTH AMER Spring Semester 2014-2015

A study of Lutherans in North America, focusing the transplantation and development of distinctive Lutheran traditions, and on the interaction of Lutherans with North American religious life. Students will have opportunity for directed research within the subject matter of this course.

HC 1327 50HISTORY OF LUTHERANS IN NORTH AMER Spring Semester 2014-2015

A study of Lutherans in North America, focusing the transplantation and development of distinctive Lutheran traditions, and on the interaction of Lutherans with North American religious life. Students will have opportunity for directed research within the subject matter of this course.

SG 0601 50 C8VOCATIONAL FORMATION-LEARNING LDR ISpring Semester 2014-2015

This section is intended for MA / MDIV DL students.

SG 0601 50 C9VOCATIONAL FORMATION-LEARNING LDR ISpring Semester 2014-2015

This section is intended for Cohort 7 of the MDIV DL program.

Education:

View a detailed curriculum vitae for Mark A. Granquist. This includes education, professional positions, activities, memberships and publications.

Ph.D.University of Chicago Divinity School
Chicago, IL
1992
Cert. StudiesLutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Chicago, IL
1987
M.Div.Yale University Divinity School
New Haven, CT
1984
B.A.St. Olaf College
Northfield, MN
1979

Biography:

Mark A. Granquist is Associate Professor of the History of Christianity at Luther Seminary, a position he has held since 2007. Prior to this he taught in the Religion Department at St Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota (1992-2000) and at Gustavus Adolphus College, St Peter, Minnesota (2000-2007).

Granquist has served in parish ministry or Lutheran higher education since his ordination in the Evangelical

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