Saturday, May 25, 2019

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Essays in this issue are as follows, with individual links to each:

Why Martin Luther and the Reformation Matter 500 Years Later
by Kathryn A. Kleinhans (Warburg College at the time of publication; moving to Capital University)

Celebrating the Reformation: The Lutheran Foundation of a Called Life
by Mark D. Tranvik (Augsburg University)

Reforming Our Visions of City Nature
by Lea F. Schweitz (Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago)

Both Priest and Beggar: Luther Among the Poor
by Martha E. Stortz (Augsburg University)

In the Beginning of the Reformation Was the Word
by George Connell (Concordia College)

Luther's Sutra: An Indian, Subaltern (Dalit) Perspective
by Surekha Nelavala (Global Peace Lutheran Fellowship)

Reforming Lutheran Higher Education: Ecclesiological Reflection and Theological Leadership
by Brian Beckstrom (Wartburg College)

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