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Concordia Lutheran Seminary presents the “Reformation Minute”

October 5, 2017 No Comment

EDMONTON – Concordia Lutheran Seminary (CLS) launched its “Reformation Minute” program on September 18, 2017. The program features CLS faculty presenting on some of the people and ideas that renewed the heart of Christ’s church, starting in earnest in the fall of 1517.

These talks take place every weekday through the fall semester, and are available to view through the CLS website or through CLS’ YouTube channel. It can also be viewed through the seminary’s app, which is available from Apple’s App Store or Google Play.

Each day has its own theme:

  • Monday: Rev. Dr. John Hellwege talks about a key book about Luther.
  • Tuesday: Rev. Dr. Steve Chambers discusses an important portrait of Martin Luther.
  • Wednesday: Rev. Dr. Jim Gimbel introduces other “Faces of the Reformation.”
  • Thursday: Rev. Jonathan Kraemer speaks on a major Reformation hymn.
  • Friday: Rev. Dr. John Hellwege talks about an outstanding book on Lutheran theology.

For more information, view the series introduction video below:


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