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Luther Seminary Library

Gullixson Hall
2481 Como Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108

Library Spotlight Blog

Curriculum collection now in Gullixson Hall

There is now a rich collection of curriculum items located in the faculty mailroom of Gullixson Hall. If you want to get a sense of what kind of instructional materials are available, there are items from several publishers located here. Materials include parish teaching guides, training manuals from Stephen Ministries and Whirl lectionary guides for Sunday school from Sparkhouse.

There are also issues of the journal “Lifelong Faith” and the “Augsburg Adult Bible Studies: Leader and Participant” booklets.

While items can’t be taken out of the building, we hope that you’ll be better informed before you purchase items to support curriculum in your parish.

Kindle That Research!

The library has a collection of ebooks from Palgrave Macmillan that can now be easily sent to your Kindle. 

There’s a wide range of current theological scholarship in this collection; a randomly selected sample of titles includes: Religion, Politics, and the Earth: The New Materialism by Clayton Crockett and Jeffrey W. RobbinsFaith, Feminism, and Scholarship: The Next Generation edited by Melanie L. Harris and Kathryn Ott, The Palgrave Handbook of Spirituality and Business edited by Luk Bouckaert and Laszlo Zsolnai.

Also included in this collection is Paul Chung’s, Public Theology in an Age of World Christianity: God's Mission as Word-Event.

Before the Kindle button can be clicked, and the item added to your Kindle library, you’ll have to go to the “Manage Your Kindle” page at Amazon and add palgravekindle@macmillan.com as a trusted email address. This is found under “Personal Document Settings”, “Approved Personal Document E-mail List”.

If you have any questions you can email me at tburr001@luthersem.edu.

MLK day participant resources

Links to books, articles, and essays written by participants in MLK day at Luther.

Eric Barreto
-Ethnic negotiations: the function of race and ethnicity in Acts 16
-Negotiating difference: theology and ethnicity in the Acts of the Apostles
Kelly Chapman
-Shaped by Martin Luther King Jr.: a clarion cry for justice
Vivian Jenkins Nelson
-In the company of women : voices from the women's movement
Nekima Levy-Pounds
-Children of Incarcerated Parents: Silent Victims of Prison Phone Injustice
Gary Simpson
-Changing the face of the enemy": Martin Luther King, Jr., and the beloved community
-Overhearing resonances: Jesus and ethics in King and Bonhoeffer