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[March 13, 2017 | No Comment | ]
First edition of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

ONLINE – Video from Concordia Lutheran Seminary (CLS) in Edmonton’s recent Quest Course on C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia series are now available to view online.
Taking place over four weeks, “Narnia for Adults: Introduction to the Chronicles of Narnia” features lectures by Rev. Dr. Joel Heck, an internationally recognized specialist on C.S. Lewis. Dr. Heck is a veteran professor of theology at Concordia University Texas and is serving CLS as a visiting professor during the winter 2017 semester.
The lecture series has been divided into eight videos that you can watch …

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[March 2, 2017 | 2 Comments | ]

EDMONTON – Grammy-award-winning musician David Ellefson of Megadeth will give a lecture entitled “From Megadeth to Megalife” at Concordia University of Edmonton on March 17, 2017 at 4:00 p.m..
In addition to being a long-standing member of the band Megadeth, Ellefson has also studied at Concordia Lutheran Seminary in St. Louis, and is the founder of MEGA Life ministries, a satellite of Shepherd of the Desert Church (a member of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod) in Scotsdale, Arizona.
Ellefson’s lecture will present Martin Luther’s view on music in a Law and Gospel oriented …

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[January 24, 2017 | No Comment | ]
CLTS President Thomas Winger talks to youth at the 2016 National Youth Gathering.

CATHARINES, Ontario – Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary (CLTS) is inviting all those considering pursuing theological education to visit them at a series of seminary-experience events this spring.
“Have you ever thought about becoming a pastor—or has someone told you you should think about it?” promotional materials ask. “Do you love Christ and His church, and wonder whether you could serve Him in pastoral ministry or other theological vocations? Are you interested in theology, and desire to learn more about Christian faith, Scriptures, and the hows and whys of Lutheran doctrine. …

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[January 24, 2017 | No Comment | ]

EDMONTON – Every year, 55% of Concordia Lutheran Seminary’s operating budget comes from donations. In an effort to make it easier for donors to make small recurring gifts, the seminary has launched the give25 campaign.
Through the give25 campaign, CLS is seeking $25 a month from 1,000 donors. The seminary is looking for 10 donors from each of 100 Lutheran Church–Canada (LCC) congregations to commit in 2017.
“I’m so grateful to be a new partner to Concordia Lutheran Seminary in its ‘Give 25’ effort,” notes LCC President Robert Bugbee. “The Lord has …

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[January 18, 2017 | No Comment | ]

EDMONTON – The Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian Faith is encouraging people to sign up soon for their sixth annual conference—“500 Years of Reformation.” The conference will take place March 24-25 at Concordia University of Edmonton.
Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb, one of the world’s foremost scholars on Martin Luther, is keynote speaker for the event. His keynote address is entitled “How Luther’s Reformation Literally Changed the World.” He will also give a plenary lecture on “Luther’s Impact on University Education and Christian Liberal Arts.”
The conference has also issued a …

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[January 11, 2017 | No Comment | ]
CLTS Call Service 2013

ST. CATHARINES, Ontario – Each May at its annual Call Service, Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary (CLTS) confers two major awards on worthy pastors or lay members of Lutheran Church–Canada (LCC).
The first of these, the “Friend of the Seminary” award, is nominated by the faculty or Board of Regents for making a significant contribution to the well-being of the seminary.
The Delta Chi Medal, by contrast, is awarded by the seminary on behalf of the wider church. This “highest and most distinguished award” is “presented to an individual, either clergy or lay, …

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