Ph.D. student Faith Lugazia, ’01, is one of the first women ordained in the Northwestern Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania.
Three public lectures examine the Holocaust, Luther’s writings against the Jews, and dialogue and reconciliation amongst the Lutherans and Jews.
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A sobering, thought-provoking exhibit from Luthertown Wittenberg, Germany. It combines photographs, newspaper clippings, letters, documents and written narrative to show the development and systematic destruction of Jewish life in Wittenberg in three stages during the years 1933-1945.
Can a congregation in the desert and a seminary on the prairie have much in common?
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The Center for Lifelong Learning is always looking for interesting and helpful topics for its KAIROS continuing education classes. Check out some of the new spring and summer course offerings.