Mary Jane Haemig
Professor of Church History, Director of the Reformation Research Program

Mary Jane HaemigEmail:
mhaemig@luthersem.edu

Office:
651-641-3244    BH 126C

Curriculum Vitae for Mary Jane Haemig

Courses

HT 0801 50LUTHERAN CONFESSIONAL WRITINGS Spring Semester 2014-2015

A study of the confessions of the Lutheran Church as set forth in the Book of Concord. The documents of the reforming movement, viewed in the historical settings, are explicated in the light of their witness to the centrality of the gospel of justification by faith. Consideration is given to the contemporary importance of this witness for the life and mission of the Lutheran Church in a post-secular age. A central question of the course focuses on what it means to confess today in ecumenical engagement, in culturally diverse situations and interfaith contexts, and how that confession is shaped by those contexts.

SG 0301 50REFORM AND EXPANSION OF CHRISTIANITSpring Semester 2014-2015

This course inquires into the roots of present day Christianity in the Renaissance and Reformation, Luther and the Lutheran Reformation, various Protestant and Roman Catholic reforming movements, and other efforts for Christian witness in the early modern period through the eras of enlightenment and Evangelical revivals (approximately 1400-1800). The course considers the expansion of these movements from Europe and their reception and transformation in other parts of the world during this period. The course seeks, first, to be faithful to Christian tradition and, in the words of St. Paul, to deliver what we have received, and second, to examine how these traditions of reform and renewal continue to shape how Christians today understand their faith and how Christian communities today speak God's promise and serve our neighbors.

Education:

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Th.D.Harvard Divinity School
Cambridge, MA
1996
Certificate of StudiesLutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Chicago, IL
1989
M.T.S.Harvard Divinity School
Cambridge, MA
1981
J.D.Harvard Law School
Cambridge, MA
1981
B.A.University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
1977

Biography:

Mary Jane Haemig, Professor of Church History, joined the Luther Seminary faculty in 1999. She had been Assistant Professor of Religion at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, from 1994-1999.

Haemig completed her Doctor of Theology (Th.D.) at Harvard Divinity School in 1996 with a dissertation titled “The Living Voice of the Catechism: German Lutheran Catechetical preaching 1530-1580.”

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