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The Evangelical Lutheran Theological Seminary of the Wisconsin Synod was founded in 1863 in Watertown, Wisconsin, USA. By the grace of God, the school continues today as Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary (WLS) and its mission of equipping candidates for pastoral ministry in the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). On the occasion of its sesquicentennial, the Seminary gratefully offers this Festschrift of essays on topics including archaeology, biblical studies, translation theory, church history, liturgics, homiletics, and missiology. Contributors are graduates of WLS who have gone on to serve the church in a variety of ways. We hope you'll count this book among them. Essay titles include: "Insights Drawn from the Structure of Genesis," "Jericho: A Place with a Past That Won't Go Away," "Who Were the 'Philistines?'," "What Have We Here Is a Failure to Communicate: Paul and Barnabas At Lystra - Seen from Wauwatosa," "A Literary and Rhetorical Analysis of Romans 5:12-21," "Meaningfully Mentioned in Passing: the Law in 1st Corinthians," "Mind on the Run: Choices and Challenges for Slaves Who Would Escape," "To Equivalents and Beyond: Reflections on the Significance of Eugene A. Nida for Bible Translating," "Martin Luther on Education: Schooling for Life," "The Doctrine of Election and the Lutheran Approach to Theology," "Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary and the Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference," "The Liturgy and Its Use in Our Church," "Growth in Preaching: A Full Three-Article Approach," "Reaching Ethnic Minorities in North America."
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Book Description Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Press, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1304518736