“I love teaching courses that bring theology and anthropology together, that is, the knowledge about God and about people. I especially love teaching the courses on Womanist Theology; Black Theology; and Race, Gender, Sexuality and Class. It's very important for spiritual leaders to be culturally competent and we work, in my classes, to help students gain that competence."
- Linda Thomas, LSTC faculty.
Lutheran Heritage Lecture uses Bugenhagen’s writings to trace formation of first Lutheran churches | Download the poster [PDF]
2016 Gudina Tumsa Theological Forum: “Looking Back, Aiming Ahead: God’s Mission Unfolding in the Missional Church,” at LSTC February 26 and 27
Albert “Pete” Pero Jr., first African-American professor at a US Lutheran seminary, dies
Lutheran seminaries explore shared learning exchange
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