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Patrick Keifert was named an instructor in systematic theology at Luther Seminary in 1980 and was made associate professor in 1986. He has also been an adjunct professor at the School of Law, Hamline University, St. Paul, since 1984.
His teaching experience began at Christ Seminary -- Seminex where he was a teaching assistant in 1976-77 and instructor in systematic theology in the summer of 1980.
"I am deeply moved when students understand why documents written hundreds or thousands of years ago really are vital for life and for their ministry."
Patrick Keifert, a theologian who has also studied law, is decidedly analytical. He says: "What I probably teach best is how to think theologically." He likes to challenge his students to be self-critical. "Leaders need to know how to act in ambiguity,"
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