|Snow Covered Kramer Chapel|
The theme for the 27th annual Exegetical Theology Symposium, January 17-18, is In Search of Jesus: Why History Matters. Main speakers include Richard Bauckham of Cambridge, England; Daniel Johansson of Gothenburg, Sweden; as well as Dr. David Scaer, Dr. Charles Gieschen and other CTS professors.
The 35th annual Symposium on the Lutheran Confessions has chosen Justification in a Contemporary Context as its theme and will take place January 18-20, under the sponsorship of the Department of Systematic Theology. Speakers scheduled to participate include Dr. Jack Kilcrease, Adjunct Professor of Theology and Humanities at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Dr. Erik M. Heen, John H.P. Reumann Chair in Biblical Studies, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia; along with Prof. Roland Ziegler and other members of the CTS faculty.
|Kantorei in Kramer Chapel Balcony|
|Rev. Jon Vieker, Preaching at Commemoration of the Faithfully Departed|
The service bulletin from the Commemoration of the Faithful Departed is provided below.
Another highlight of the Symposia is the opportunity to meet with church leaders from around the world. This year Concordia Theological Seminary Fort Wayne invited 25 International dignitaries to attend the Symposia. Dignitaries from Russia, Latvia, Germany, Finland, Norway, Tanzania, Nigeria, Haiti, and Indonesia attended.
|President Lawrence Rast of Concordia Theological Seminary Welcomes |
International Dignitaries and Introduces President Harrison to them.
|Rev. Emmanuel Makala (Tanzania) and Dr. Timothy Quill|
|Bishop Vsevolod Lytkin and Adrian Dorr|
|Rev. Charles Wokoma, Archbishop Christian Ekong, Rev. Dr. Albert Collver|
|Adrian Dorr with International Deaconesses|
A little update from wintry Fort Wayne.
|CTS Campus in Winter|
-- Rev. Dr. Albert B. Collver, Director of Church Relations
Posted 19 January 2012.