• Good Friday: How should I feel?

    I have to admit that I emotionally feel conflicted about Good Friday.

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  • How to succeed in classes this semester: Tips from 5 CUAA professors

    What are classroom expectations from a professor’s perspective? What do they encourage students to do in order to get a good grade? What advice would they give to incoming Cardinals? These are questions we’ve all asked but haven’t sought the answers to… until now.

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  • October 31, 2018
    News, Pre-Seminary, Theology

    501 Years Later: Solas Applied

    On this 501st anniversary of The Reformation, we revisit articles written in 2017 by Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor faculty and alumni on the significance of the solas.

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  • September 28, 2018
    Alumni, Campus Tour, News, Theology

    LCMS pastors go back to school for ‘Clergy on Campus’

    On Wednesday, September 25, Concordia University Ann Arbor held the inaugural Clergy on Campus visit day for Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod clergy, welcoming over 30 pastors from the Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio districts.

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  • “Best retreat ever!”

    The feedback is phenomenal. The conclusion is clear. God richly blessed the second annual Trinity Time Youth Retreat for those exploring church work vocations. On July 29-30 this summer, 12 high school students (6 boys and 6 girls) gathered with faculty and students at Concordia for an adventure which, for some, was clearly life changing.

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  • August 1, 2018
    Pre-Seminary, Scholarship, Theology

    Concordia Rebuild: Strong Theological Expertise

    If I might do a little bragging, or rather, praising God: I'm very thankful for the way that the CUAA-CUW merger has led to an increase in theology offerings and new programs which in turn required calling more theologians. We currently have a theology faculty which could staff a small seminary. Our expertise covers all the key areas of theological studies.

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  • Donation of Rare Bible Enriches CUAA Library with History of God’s Word

    The gift of a 257 year old Bible opens new research possibilities at Concordia. Published in 1761 in London, it is a “Royal Bible” with commentary by Leonard Howard, D.D.

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  • 15 Years of Teaching Church History: Resolution?

    One of the hardest classes I teach is “Survey of Christian Thought.” It’s hard to teach and hard to master. Ask my students.

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  • Evangelism and apologetics through generations: a look at the Maier legacy and its part in Concordia’s future

    Editor's note: This story first appeared in the spring 2017 issue of the Arbor Light, the official magazine of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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