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  • Charles Amjad-Ali (top)
  • Emeritus, Martin Luther King Jr. Professor for Justice and Christian Community
    • Paul S. Berge (top)
    • Professor Emeritus, New Testament
      • Studies in Paul: Galatians, Philippians
      • Studies in the Gospel, or Letters of John
      • Studies in the Synoptics: Matthew, Mark, or Luke
    • James L. Boyce (top)
    • Professor Emeritus of New Testament
      • Archeology and the Bible/ Archeology in the Holy Land
      • Bible Study, esp. Matthew, Luke John Acts, Galatians, I Corinthians, James
      • Galatians and Martin Luther on Vocation and Christian Freedom.
      • Historical Setting and/or Backgrounds of New Testament
      • How the Bible Came to Us/Authority and Canon of the Bible
      • How? and Why? Reading the Scriptures
      • The Shaping of a Reformer: Martin Luther on Romans
      • When the Fire Goes Out, What Then? Bible Study on James
      • Windows of Faith: The Early Church in its New Testament Setting
    • Robert M. Brusic (top)
    • Seminary Pastor Emeritus
      • Art and the Bible
      • Bible Study on Assigned Texts
      • Hymn Sings on Various Topics
      • Issues in Inclusive Language
      • Landscape and Its Effect on Memory and Faith
      • Liturgy and the Church Year
      • Presenting and Interpreting the Seminary
      • Spirituality and Prayer Life
      • The Detective Story and its Pertinence for Christians
      • Theology on the Walls
      • Varieties of Lutheran Pieties
    • Paul A. Daniels (top)
    • Archivist/Curator
      • Artifact Exhibition and Interpretation
      • Creating a Useful Congregational Archive
      • Luther Seminary's Mission Heritage Collection: Using Artifacts To Understand Global Mission Efforts
      • Planning Your Congregation's Anniversary Celebration
      • Preservation Issues in Congregational Archives
      • Publishing Your Church's History
      • Using History as the Basis for Mission Planning
      • Using History to Enrich Congregational Life
    • David E. Fredrickson (top)
    • Professor of New Testament
      • Criminal Justice
      • Ethics of Sexuality in the New Testament
      • Images of God
      • Paul and Politics
      • Philippians
      • The Gospel of Luke
    • Wendell Frerichs (top)
    • Professor Emeritus, Old Testament
      • Christians and Jews
      • Daniel and the Apocalypse
      • Jeremiah
      • Job
      • Praying with the Bible
      • Psalms (with special focus on the Laments)
      • The Bible and Aging
    • Terence E. Fretheim (top)
    • Elva B. Lovell Professor Emeritus of Old Testament
      • Creation and Law
      • Genesis 1-11
      • God and Suffering
      • Images of God
      • Justice and Judgment
      • Old Testament
      • Prayer
      • Prophecy and the Future
    • Frederick J. Gaiser (top)
    • Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, Editor of Word & World
      • Authority of the Bible
      • Biblical Preaching
      • Biblical Theology of the Land
      • Creation/Environment
      • Evil in the Bible
      • Healing in the Bible
      • Isaiah 40-66
      • Old Testament Prophecy
      • Prayer in Biblical Perspective
      • Preaching from the Old Testament
      • Psalms/Old Testament Worship
      • The Bible and Stewardship
      • The Human in the Bible
    • Mary Jane Haemig (top)
    • Professor of Church History, Director of the Reformation Research Program
      • Advent: The Season and its Celebrations
      • Christians and Politics: A Lutheran Perspective
      • Luther's Catechisms: Good News for Today
      • Luther's Catechisms: History and Use
      • Martin Luther and Prayer
      • Martin Luther and Preaching
      • Martin Luther and the Bible
      • Martin Luther as a Translator and Interpreter of the Bible
      • Martin Luther: The Man & His Work
      • What is the Church?
    • Sarah S. Henrich (top)
    • Professor Emeritus of New Testament
      • A Look at Ecology
      • How to Use the Bible in Moral Deliberation
      • Interpreting the Bible
      • Judaism in New Testament Times
      • Life in New Testament Times
      • Paul's Letters
      • The Bible and Art
      • The Book of Acts
      • The Family
      • The Gospel of Luke
      • Women in the Bible
      • Worship
    • Arland J. Hultgren (top)
    • Professor Emeritus and former Asher O. and Carrie Nasby Chair of New Testament
      • Gospels that Didn't Make it into our Bibles
      • Orthodoxy and Heresy in Earliest Christianity
      • Paul and His Letters
      • Paul's Letter to the Romans
      • Perspectives on the Passion
      • Recent Views of Jesus
      • The Parables of Jesus
    • Diane L. Jacobson (top)
    • Professor Emeritus of Old Testament and Director of the Book of Faith Initiative for the ELCA
      • Law in the Old Testament
      • The Book of Exodus
      • The Book of Psalms
      • The Creation
      • The Figure of Woman Wisdom and the Books of Job, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes
      • Women in the Old Testament
    • Patrick R. Keifert (top)
    • Professor and Olin S. and Amanda Fjelstad Reigstad Chair of Systematic Theology
      • Congregational Studies and Mission
      • Doctrine of the Church
      • Lay Leadership Development
      • Long Range Planning
      • Visioning
    • Craig R. Koester (top)
    • Vice President of Academic Affairs, Professor and Asher O. and Carrie Nasby Chair of New Testament
      • Dead Sea Scrolls
      • The Apocalypse Now: A Study of Revelation
      • The Death and Resurrection of Jesus in the Gospel of John
      • The Word of Life: A Study of John's Gospel
    • Dirk G. Lange (top)
    • Associate Professor of Worship and Chair of History/Theology Division
      • Ecumenism
      • Luther on Worship
      • Spirituality
      • Taize
      • Worship/Daily Prayer (communal)
      • Worship/Daily Prayer (individual)
    • Karoline Lewis (top)
    • Associate Professor of Biblical Preaching and The Alvin N. Rogness Chair of Homiletics
      • A Samaritan and a Savior: One Woman's Encounter with Jesus
      • Bible Basics
      • Christmas in John's Gospel
      • Getting to Know Paul, the Pastor
      • How the Bible Came to Be
      • How to Read the Bible
      • John's Story of Jesus
      • Paul: Apostle, Pastor, Prophet
      • Recovering the Wonder of the Bible
      • Seven Steps Towards Vital Preaching
      • The Beginning of the Good News... Getting to know the Gospel of Mark
      • The Bible as the Word of God
      • The Book of Revelation: Final Tribulation or Testament to Hope?
      • The Dead Sea Scrolls
      • The Gospel According to Luke
      • The Passion Narratives: Seven Last Words of Jesus
      • Top Ten Things You Need to Know When Reading the New Testament
      • Translating the Bible: What Bible Should I Read?
      • Two Encounters: Jesus' Response to Two Women and What it Means for Us
      • Why We Don't Read the Bible and Why We Should
      • Wine, Water Jars and the Witness: The Women of John's Gospel
      • Women Leading: biblical Perspectives on the Femininity of Power
    • Rodney C. Maeker (top)
    • Associate Director, Contextual Leadership Initiative (Cross-Cultural Education)
      • Cross-Cultural Ministry -- Who Needs It?
      • Mission and Intercultural Communication
      • Our Mission in a World of Many Cultures
      • Racism: What Are We Really Dealing with Here?
      • The Art of Crossing Cultures
      • Why Cross-Cultural Education
    • Randolph A. Nelson (top)
    • Director Emeritus of Contextual Education, Melvin A. Hammarberg Professor of Contextual Education
      • A Christian Looks at ... (specific social issues)
      • Introduction to Social Ministry and Social Ethics
      • The Church and Politics
    • Richard W. Nysse (top)
    • Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
      • Country Music and Biblical Lament
      • Creation in Biblical Hymns
      • Daniel
      • God and War in the Old Testament
      • Law and Gospel: Old Testament Perspectives
      • Psalm 23
      • Songs of Pain and Songs of Praise: The Psalms and Country Music.
      • The Biblical Text: Which Bible is Best?
      • The Commandments in Biblical Perspective
      • The Dark Side of God in the Bible
      • The Experience of Exile and Restoration: Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah
    • Alan G. Padgett (top)
    • Professor of Systematic Theology
      • Issues in Evangelical Theology Today
      • John Wesley and Methodist Theology
      • Prayer and Spirituality
      • Scripture and Natural Science
      • The Soul and The Brain
    • Steven D. Paulson (top)
    • Professor of Systematic Theology
      • God's Hiding Places: How God Hides -- Why and Where
      • Luther's Three Dramatic Days: His Marriage, Trial, and Death
      • My Favorite Heretics: Who They Are and Why They Keep Coming Back
    • Gerry Rafftery (top)
    • Senior Philanthropic Adviser, Seminary Relations
      • Common Threads of Healthy Congregations
      • Establishing Endowment Funds
      • Estate Planning for Christians
      • Stewardship
    • Janet Ramsey (top)
    • Professor Emeritus and former Pastor George Weinman Chair of Pastoral Theology and Ministry
      • Aging & Spiritual Resiliency
      • Aging, Sexuality and Christian Faith
      • Facilitating Caring Congregations
      • Issues in Caregiving: Caregiving and Spiritual Resiliency
      • Stepfamilies -- Challenges, Resources & Faith Issues
      • Women, Aging and Faith
    • Michael Rogness (top)
    • Alvin N. Rogness Professor of Preaching
      • A Look at the Lutheran Confessions
      • Angels Around Us
      • Are You Really "Born Again?"
      • How to Listen to a Sermon
      • Martin Luther as a Preacher
      • Recalling the Catechism
      • The Church's Part in New Central Europe
      • The ELCA and the Ecumenical Movement
      • The Gospel Through Stories
      • What is a Lutheran?
    • Christian Scharen (top)
    • Assistant Professor of Worship and Theology
      • Faith and Popular Culture (esp. Music)
      • Faith as a Way of Life
      • Faith in a Secular Age
      • Human Sexuality: Marriage and Debates over Gay Marriage in Church and Society
      • Streams of Innovation in Worship
      • The Citizenship Formed in Worship
    • Peter A. Sethre (top)
    • Director Emeritus of Continuing Education
      • De-mythologizing Christmas: An Honest Look at the Christmas Story
      • More Than a Fish Tale: The Story and Message of Jonah
      • The Book of Daniel
      • The Struggle in the Middle East: Why Can't Jews and Arabs Get Along and Why Should We Care?
    • Gary M. Simpson (top)
    • Professor of Systematic Theology and Northwestern Lutheran Theological Seminary Chair in Theology
      • Bio-Genetic Ethics and the Big Questions of Life
      • Bonhoeffer for Today
      • Faith and American Public Life
      • Faith and Public Policy
      • Foundations of Christian Ethics
      • Foundations of Lutheran Ethics
      • Homosexuality: Traditional and Current Ethical Assessments
      • How Is and Isn't America a "Christian Nation?"
      • Is There a Lutheran Ethic of Marriage?
      • Jesus Today: Who Do Contemporary Theologians Say He Is?
      • Luther and Spirituality
      • Luther's Catechism and Today's Questions
      • Matters of Faith and Politics
      • Praying the Christian Life
      • Reformation Theology: Then and Now
      • Trinity Matters Today
      • What is the Church? Current Ecumenical Perspectives and Why They Matter
    • Matthew L. Skinner (top)
    • Associate Professor of New Testament
      • How to Read and Interpret the Bible
      • Overview of the New Testament
      • Reading and Understanding the Parables of Jesus
      • The Acts of the Apostles
      • The Apostle Paul: His Writings, His Life, and His Theology
      • The Crucifixion of Jesus: What Happened, and What Does It Mean?
      • The Gospel according to Luke
      • The Gospel according to Mark
      • Where Did Our Bible Come From?
    • Lee E. Snook (top)
    • Professor Emeritus, Systematic Theology
      • A Short Course in Christian Doctrine
      • Breathing Lessons: Thinking About the Holy Spirit
      • The Good, but Neglected, News from Africa
      • Thinking about the Millennium as Christians
      • What Are Theologians Saying About Jesus
      • What Does It Mean When We Speak of God as the Trinity?
    • Walter Sundberg (top)
    • Professor of Church History
      • Authority of Scripture
      • Church/State Relationships -- Politics
      • Creeds and Confessions: Religion in America
      • Ecumenism
      • Evil and the Demonic
      • Luther on the Christian Life
      • Lutheran Identity
      • Reformation
      • Stewardship
    • Mons A. Teig (top)
    • Professor Emeritus of Worship
      • Architecture for Worship
      • Calling 911: Worship at Life's Passages
      • Creating Catechumenal Congregations
      • Worship is Doing the Bible
      • Worship is Everybody's Business
      • Worship Planning: The Seasons
      • Worship Windows to the World
      • Worship Windows to the World (2-3 Sessions)
      • Worship's Lively Tensions: Contemporary and Traditional
    • Mark A. Throntveit (top)
    • Professor and Elva B. Lovell Chair of Old Testament
      • Bible Translations: Which Ones Shall We Use?
      • Elijah and Elisha
      • Excuses, Excuses, Excuses...Moses, the Burning Bush, and God's Call
      • Genesis One: Creation as Relation
      • Genesis: Plan, Peril, and Promise
      • Genesis: Sunday School Stories or Soap Opera?
      • Jesus, Justice, and the Prophets
      • Job and the Problem of Evil
      • Old Testament Prophecy
      • Plagues, Passover, and the Passion of Christ (Lent)
      • Psalm 23: The Lord is My...?
      • Psalms: Songs in the Center of Life
      • So...How Does Jesus Save Us Anyway? (Atonement)
      • The Duh-Vinci Code
      • Troubling Parables
      • Voices in the Pentateuch
      • What Would Moses Do? (10 Commandments)