11-2 Lutheran Education

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11-2 Lutheran Education

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Eastertide 2002: Volume 11, Number 2

ARTICLES

Lutheran Schooling: Ten Theses and Some Antitheses
Mervyn Wagner

In Defense of Humanism
Ulrik Vilhelm Koren, Erling T. Teigen, trans.

Promoting Dialogue in the Christian Academy
Angus Menuge

Why Should I Learn Latin When Everything Has Been Translated into English?
John G. Nordling

When in Our Music God Is Glorified: Referentialism, Formalism, and Expressionism in Lutheran Choral Pedagogy
Brian Hamer

Toward a Distinction between Lutheran and Secular Approaches to Education
Timothy J. Pauls

REVIEWS

REVIEW ESSAY: Baptism in the Theology of Martin Luther
By Jonathan D. Trigg. Edited by Heiko A. Oberman Review by Jonathan C. Naumann

Church Unity and the Papal Office: An Ecumenical Dialogue on John Paul II's Encyclical Ut Unum Sint (That All May Be One)
Edited by Carl E. Braaten and Robert W. Jenson. Review by Ralph M. Rokke

With Tongues of Fire: Profiles in Twentieth-Century Hymn Writing
By Paul Westermeyer. Review by Heidi Mueller

A New Song for the Lord: Faith in Christ and Liturgy Today
By Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger. Review by Heidi Mueller

Care for the Soul
Edited by Mark R.McMinn and Timothy R. Phillips. Review by Dr. Beverly Yahnke

Justification: The Heart of the Christian Faith
By Eberhard Juengel. Review by Piotr J. Malysz

LOGIA FORUM

  • No Finer Gift
  • Walther on Education
  • Primary Assumptions
  • On Change in Theology
  • Wisdom and Doctrine
  • Learning for Life
  • Techniques of Classical Teaching
  • Wisdom, Eloquence, Piety
  • Tyranny Retained
  • The New Education
  • The Lord's Prayer
  • Reu, Luther, and Education
  • Erskine's Law and Gospel
  • Bad Training
  • Controversies in the Church
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