Translating the Reformation: Martin Luther as Pastoral Theologian for Today
St. Paul, Minn.
Freshly translated, Luther again emerges as a wise, faithful and compelling guide through our own moment of social and cultural upheaval. We can move forward while looking backward.
Join four world-class and deeply grounded scholars for a bold articulation of Reformation insights amid the questions and concerns of congregational life today.
Registration opens Nov. 2!
2015 Convo: Religious but not spiritual?
Jan. 28-30, 2015
The 2015 Mid-Winter Convocation was framed by lively exchanges between a social scientist, a theologian and a pastor as they reclaimed the vibrancy and authenticity of the distinctly spiritual and religious way of Jesus.
- Nancy Ammerman, Spiritual Narratives in Everyday Life Project
- Lois Malcolm, author, “Holy Spirit: Creative Power in Our Lives”
- Nadia Bolz-Weber, pastor, House for All Sinners and Saints, Denver
Luther Seminary does not have permission to post the video or audio recording of Nadia Bolz-Weber's sessions.
See Visual Notes from all three presentations by conference participant Steve Thomason, who is a pastor, Ph.D. candidate, illustrator and animator.