Luther Seminary’s new Arts and Innovation Fellowships promote the creativity necessary to reach new generations. Up to 20 $5,000 awards–the cost of a semester of full-time study–will be awarded this spring. The one-time fellowships are available to students accepted and entering the Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, Master of Sacred Music and Master of […]
Second Quarter 2008
Professor Samuel Ngun Ling of the Myanmar Institute of Theology has been named the next Schiotz Visiting Scholar. Ling, who specializes in Christian-Buddhist dialogue and cross-cultural studies, hopes to share his research with the Luther Seminary community during his time on campus in the 2008-09 academic year. The Visiting Scholar program is made possible by […]
Pastors are being trained today much like missionaries were trained 30 years ago. This is a good development!
In only seven years, what started as a series of gatherings around a dining-room table in St. Paul has grown into a nationwide effort that’s changing lives in China.
Luther Seminary students often hear about God’s mission in the world and how churches can become part of that mission, but it isn’t every day that they hear from pastors about how exactly such missional activity takes place.
The door to Charles Amjad-Ali’s office says a lot about the man inside. Posted on the wood is a brightly-colored card claiming, “All Shall Enjoy Equal Human Rights.”