Lutheran Historical Conference


Writings in the Field of American Lutheranism: 1992

Compiled by Dr. James Albers, Mr. John N. Dickmeyer and Rev. Robert E. Smith

We are pleased to present to you the latest installment of our annual bibliography. The citations included focus on works published in 1992. As in previous years, we have called to your attention items which were published in prior years, but escaped our notice in their year of publication. Our work benefitted from an increased availability of computerized resources. We hope to continue this trend, providing as comprehensive an accounting of the work being done in our subject field.

Thanks again to everyone who made this year's installment possible by your contributions, patience and general helpfulness. This work would be considerably less useful without your help.


Anderson, H. George. "Pages from a Servant's Journal: 250 Years After His Arrival in America, Muhlenberg's Diary Sounds Faithful--and Sometimes Familiar." The Lutheran 5 (1992) no. 11:22-25.

Arndt, Edward J. "Karl J.R. Arndt: Lutheran German-American Scholar." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 2:47-52 [By the subject's brother].

Arndt, Edward J. "Likely Links: Walther's German Hymnal and Arndt's Chinese Hymnbook." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 3:180- 182.

Bachmann, E. Theodore. "Wyneken's Appeal--a 150 year perspective." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 1:4-6 [Editorial, photo].

Baglyos, Paul A. "Muhlenberg in the American Lutheran imagination." Lutheran Quarterly 6 (Spring 1992) no. 1:35-50.

Balge, Richard D. "The Federation of 1892." Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly 89 (1992) no. 3:168-181 [The formation of the Evangelical Joint Synod of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan and Other States].

Beal, Gaelyn. "The Concordia Historical Institute--The Lutheran "House of History." Lutheran Brotherhood Bond 69 (1992) no. 2:10-12.

Becker, Matthew. "Missouri's Responses to the Great Hangover." Cresset 55 (1991-92) no. 5:5-11 [A description of how the LCMS responded to the events of the 1930s and how the 1930s changed the LCMS].

Berger, David O. "Whither Higher Education, Missouri?" Lutheran Education 127 (1991-92) no. 3:124-141; 128 (1992-93) no. 2:64-80. Responses by Albert Huegli 128 (1992-93) no. 2:81-87; William Lehmann, Jr. 128 (1992-93) no. 2:88-95 [Contains a survey of the history of LCMS Education].

Billington, Monroe, and Cal Clark. "Nebraska Clergymen, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the New Deal." Nebraska History 72 (1992) no. 2:78-88.

Bodendorf, Warren J. "St. John's Lutheran Church of Westfield, MA: 1901-1991." Journal of the New England Lutheran Historical Society 10 (1992): 15-25.

Brenner, G. Ph., trans. by Arnold O. Lehmann. "Origin of the Wisconsin Synod's `Heathen Mission' Program." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) no. 2:39-43 [This report is dated April 17, 1900].

Brusic, Lucy McTeer. "NELHS 1981-1991." Journal of the New England Lutheran Historical Society 10 (1992): 26-28.

Burce, Jerome. "On Lutheran dis-union." Lutheran Forum 26 (1992) no. 1:8-10, 12-14 [Cultural dynamics and American Lutheranism].

Burreson, Kent J. "The Kirchen-Agende of 1856 and the Common Service of 1888: A Common Heritage [of the General Synod]." Concordia Student Journal 15 (1991-92) no. 2:35-39.

Carter, Marmaduke N. "Black Mission Work Comes to the Upper Midwest." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) no. 1:8-13 [A translation of an article by Dr. Carter, African-American WELS Pastor at the turn of the 20th Century, in which he reports on the progress of his Chicago mission. It first appeared in German in Missions-Taube, vol. 49, no. 12, 1926. Translator is unknown].

Cwirla, William M. "Holy Ordination in the Missouri Synod According to the 1856 Kirchen-Agenda." Concordia Student Journal 15 (1991-92) no. 2:28-34.

Danker, William J. "Henry Mizuno Shigetaro: Samurai Missionary Without Support." Currents in Theology and Mission 19 (1992) no. 5: 339-348. [The story of a pioneer Japanese Lutheran Missionary to Japan, who trained at Concordia Theological Seminary/Springfield, IL. The LCMS promised support but did not deliver on the commitment.]

Dyste, A. Gerald. "The Twin Churches of Christiania, Minnesota, from 1854 to 1864: A Study of the Causes of Immigrant Church Conflicts." Norwegian- American Studies 33 (1992): 73-98.

Engelbrecht, Edward A. "Lutheran Confessional Optimism After World War II: Hans Lilje and Theodore Graebner." Concordia Student Journal 16 (1992) no. 1:4-22.

Erling, Bernhard. "Augustana and the Office of Oversight: A Reply to Profes- sor Nichol." Lutheran Forum 26 (1992) no. 3:12-14 [A reply to Todd Nichol's response in the same issue to Erling's criticism of a Nichol article in Lutheran Quarterly].

________. "Augustana, bishops, and the Church of Sweden." Lutheran Forum 26 (Feb. 1992) no. 1:30-36; (May) no. 2:46-55; (August) no. 3:10-12 [2 pts.; historical survey; reply, T. W. Nichol, rejoinder].

Gawrisch, Wilbert R. "150th Anniversary of the Birth of Karl Georg Stoeck- hardt." Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly 89 (1992) no. 4:303-304.

Glatfelter, Charles H. "Muhlenberg West of the Susquehanna." Lutheran Theological Seminary Bulletin (Gettysburg) 74 (1992) no. 4:3-13.

Goldammer, C.F., trans. by Arnold O. Lehmann. "Synodical Convention, During Trinity Week, 1852 A.D." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) no. 1:3-5.

________, trans. by Arnold O. Lehmann. "Synodical Convention in the Evan- gelical Lutheran Grace Church in Milwaukee in the Year of Our Lord 1855." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) no. 2:6-8.

Grindal, Gracia. "Dano-Norwegian Hymnody in America." Lutheran Quarterly 6 (1992) no. 3:257-315.

Grovender, Gladys. "Fifty Years of Focusing on Christ: An Address to the Indiana District LWML." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 3:126-136 [On the 50th Anniversary of the LWML].

Gulliksen, Oyvind T. "Travel Narratives, Popular Religious Literature, Autobiography: N. N. Ronning's Contribution to Norwegian-American Culture." Norwegian-American Studies 33 (1992):165-203.

Gustafson, David A. "What President Hughes Forgot to Mention." Lutheran Forum 26 (1992) no. 2:25-27 [An article criticizing Robert G. Hughes' article in Lutheran Forum 25:4, "Theological Education in Muhlenberg's Tradition"].

Hamre, James S. "A Norwegian Immigrant's View of America's Separation of Church and State: The Perspective of Georg Sverdrup." Tidsskrift for Kirke, Religion, Samfunn [Journal for Church, Religion and Society], Hefte 1, (1992), Arg. 5:119-130.

Harley, Vernon H. "Lutheran Beginnings in Paraguay." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 3:149-179.

Hughes, Robert G. "Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, and the Lutheran Quarterly." Lutheran Quarterly 6 (Spring 1992) no. :1-3.

Johnston, Paul I. "Johann Michael Reu and Inerrancy." Concordia Theological Quarterly 56 (1992) no. 2-3:145-185.

________. "Johann Michael Reu: an attempt at confessional identity." Lutheran Forum 26 (1992) no. 1:37-41 [Theologian's understanding of church and confessional relations; portrait].

________. "Reu Reconsidered: The Concept of Heilsgeschichte in the Her- meneutic of J.M. Reu and J.C.K. von Hofmann." Concordia Journal 18 (1992) no. 4:339-360.

________. "The Psychology of Christian Education According to Johann Michael Reu." Lutheran Theological Review 4 (1991-92) no. 1 & 2:23-44.

________. "What Reu Thought About Contemporary Education." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 3:106-123.

Knapp, Timothy D. "Lutherans in Holyoke: The First 55 Years." Journal of the New England Lutheran Historical Society 10 (1992):1-14.

Kohl, Susanne A., and Donald L. Huber. "Rediscovering Wilhelm Schmidt [Founder of Lutheran Theological Seminary, Columbus, OH]." Trinity Seminary Review 14 (1992) no. 2:83-96.

Koren, U.V., trans. by C.M. Gullerud. "Memories from my Youth and Early Times in America." Journal of Theology [Church of the Lutheran Confession] 32 (June 1992): 2-23.

Kurth, Woodrow W. "Matanuskan reminiscences and other recollections." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 1:10-20 [Autobio- graphy of a Missouri Synod pastor].

Kurtz, Michael J. "The First Lutheran Historical Society." Lutheran Quarterly 5 (1991) No. 1: 77-92.

Lagerquist, De Ane L. "As Sister, Wife and Mother: Education for Young Norwegian-American Lutheran Women." Norwegian-American Studies 33 (1992): 99-138.

Lambert, Lake. "Ethics and Ecclesiology in Pittsburgh." Lutheran Quarterly 6 (1992) no. 2:153-174 [A history of the Denominational Mission Strategy, Rev. D. Douglas Roth, and their conflict with the LCA].

Lehmann, Arnold O., trans. "Synodical Convention at Grace Congregation, Town Hermann, Dodge County, Wisconsin on May 22, 23, and 24, 1853." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) no. 1:6-7.

________, trans. "Synodical Convention, June 11th to 14th at the Granville Congregation, Milwaukee Co., [1854]." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) no. 2:3-5.

Lehmann, Helmut T., and J. Woodrow Savacool. "Muhlenberg's Ministry of Healing." Lutheran Quarterly 6 (1992) No. 1: 51-68.

Lewis, F Ray. "A Swedish Colony in Gove County, KS." Swedish American Genealogist 11 (1991) no. 3:198-204.

Luck, Donald G. "The Hamma Heritage." Trinity Seminary Review 14 (1992) no. 1:25-31.

Moldehnke, Eduard, trans by Arnold O. Lehmann. "Eduard Moldehnke's Second Reisebericht." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) no. 1:28-33.

Nafzger, Samuel H. "The Doctrinal Position of the LCMS on the Service of Women in the Church." Concordia Journal 18 (1992) no. 2:112-131 [Contains a substantial historical survey of the topic].

Nichol, Todd W. "The Lutheran Venture and the American Experiment." Word and World 12 (1992) no. 2:154-164.

________. "Never, Never, Never." Lutheran Forum 26 (1992) no. 3:10-14 [A response to an essay by Bernhard Erling in the Lutheran Forum, criticiz- ing his article in the Lutheran Quarterly, "The Augustana Synod and the Episcopacy"].

Noll, Mark A. "The Lutheran Difference." First Things (February 1992) no. 20: 31-40 .

Noon, Thomas R. "Rosa Young's Letters to Tuskegee." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 3:95-105.

Oldenburg, Mark W. "The Role of the Ordination Ritual in Establishing the Ministerium of Pennsylvania." Lutheran Theological Seminary Bulletin (Gettysburg) 72 (1992) no. 4:14-25.

Olsen, Harold M. "Archives and history work in the Synod." Concordia His- torical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 1:21-28 [Address to biennial membership meeting, Concordia Historical Institute, 1991; photos].

Olson, Oliver K. "The Importance of Church History." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 2:90-92.

Penzel, Klaus. "Philip Schaff's Mercersburg Program of "Evangelical Catholic- ism." Lutheran Forum 26 (1992) no. 2:34-38 [Includes a section Schaff's relationship to Lutheranism].

Peters, Paul. "Die Schwagerehe: Marriage to a Deceased Spouse's Brother or Sister." Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly 89 (1992) no. 2:94-107 [An un- published essay delivered by the author to the Milwaukee City Con- ference on April 19, 1942].

________. "The Abrogation of the Mosaic Law." Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly 89 (1992) no. 1:27-37 [Publication of an unpublished essay from 1942 by the author].

Preus, Robert D. "Memoirs in Exile: Confessional Hope and Institutional Conflict, by John H. Tietjen (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990)." Concordia Theological Quarterly 56 (1992) no. 4:297-312 [A book review in which Dr. Robert Preus adds his own memories of the events at Concordia Seminary in the 1970s to those of Tietjen].

Rau, John E. "Augustana Swedish Lutheran Church: a Pioneer Place of Worship on the Dakota Frontier." Pioneer American Society Transactions 14 (1991): 19-27.

Roark, Michael, and Brian McCutchen. "The German Stack Saltbox-Vernacular Tradition in Eastern Missouri." Pioneer America Society Transactions 15 (1992): 41-47.

Schaller, John, trans. by Ernst H. Wendland. "The Kingdom of God." Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly 89 (1992) no. 3: 182-216 [A translation of an article which appeared in the April and July issues of Theologische Quar- talschrift 15, nos. 2 & 3].

Schaller, Ruth., ed. by Morton A. Schroeder. "The Four Seasons of Childhood." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) (Pt. 1) no. 1:14-27; (Pt. 2) no. 2:9-19 [Remembrances of life at Dr. Martin Luther College of New Ulm, Minnesota].

Scherer, James A. "A Pioneer Lutheran Missionary in Japan: James A.B. Scherer." Currents in Theology and Mission 19 (1992) no. 5:326-338.

Schmalenberger, Jerry L. "Reclaiming the Muhlenberg Tradition." Currents in Theology and Mission 19 (1992) no. 6:481-482.

Schroeder, Morton A. "Three Become One: When the Michigan, and Minnesota, and Wisconsin synods federated in 1892, they formed the Allgemeine Evange- lisch-Lutherische Synode von Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan und andern Staaten." Northwestern Lutheran 79 (1992) pt. 1: no. 17:328-329; pt. 2: no. 18:344-345.

Sernett, Gilbert. "Intellectual and Social History of Lutheran Education." Lutheran Education (1992-93) no. 1:17-28.

Stiemke, Grace. "A Mid-20th Century Dakota Parsonage." WELS Historical Institute Journal 10 (1992) (Pt. 1) no. 1:34-43; (Pt. 2) no. 2:20-38.

Strand, David. "In a League of Her Own." Lutheran Witness 111 (1992) no. 11:8-9 [Story of Dorothy Schroeder, Lutheran star player in the WWII era women's professional baseball league].

Strohmidel, Karl Otto. "Henry Melchior Muhlenberg's European Heritage." Lutheran Quarterly 6 (1992) No. 1: 5-34.

Suelflow, August R. "Jens Munk Expedition Commemorated." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 2:81-87.

Talonen, Jouko. "Lestadiolaisuuden Poliittis-Yhteiskunnallinen Profiili Skandinavian Maissa Ja Pohjois-Amerikassa 1900-1940." Faravid (Finland) 15 (1991): 291-317 [The sociopolitical profile of the Laestadians in Scandinavia and North America, 1900-40].

Thur, Richard. "An old altar in an old church in a very old town: the traveling altar." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 1:7-9 [An altar used by four different congregations in two centuries].

Vieker, Jon D. "C.F.W. Walther: Editor of Missouri's First and Only German Hymnal." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 2:53-69.

"Vision and Unity: The Beginning of Lutheran Brotherhood." Lutheran Brother- hood Bond 69 (1992) no. 1:8-12 [Excerpted from A Common Bond: The Story of Lutheran Brotherhood].

Waldkoenig, Gilson A.C. "Henry Melchior Muhlenberg: Friend of Revivalism." Lutheran Theological Seminary Bulletin (Gettysburg) 74 (1992) no. 4:26-40.

Walther, C.F.W., trans. by William M. Cwirla. "A Word For Our Time: A Letter from C.F.W. Walther to Jacob Aall Ottesen." Concordia Journal 18 (1992) no. 2:164-171.

Wendt, Walter S. "The Way It Was: Seminary Reflections 1930-1934." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 65 (1992) no. 2:70-80.

Wentz, Abdel Ross. "Muhlenberg and the United Lutheran Church." Lutheran Theological Seminary Bulletin (Gettysburg) 74 (1992) no. 4:41-48.

Wentz, Frederick K. "Henry Melchior Muhlenberg: Forebear for Whom?" Lutheran Theological Seminary Bulletin (Gettysburg) 74 (1992) no. 4:2, 49-52.

Wittenberg, Martin. "Church Fellowship and Altar Fellowship in the Light of Church History." Logia: A Journal of Lutheran Theology 1 (1992) no. 1:23-57 [A thorough survey of the theology of church fellowship, which includes substantial review of the views of Spener, Zinzendorf, Claus Harms, Loehe, and C.F.W. Walther].

Articles and Chapters in Books

Harjunpaa, Toivo. "Early Awakening, the Praying People and Henrik Renqvist," in And I'll Take the Low Road. (New York Mills, MN: Parta Printers, 1985).

Hillis, Bryan V. "Schism in the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod," in Can Two Walt Together Unless They Be Agreed?: American Schisms in the 1970s. (New York: Carlson Publishing, 1991).

Kemppainen, Rudolph. "Paavo Ruotsalainen, Shepherd of Souls," in And I'll Take the Low Road. (New York Mills, MN: Parta Printers, 1985).

Leppien, Patsy A. "Lutherans in America 1634-1874," in What's Going on Among the Lutherans?: A Comparison of Beliefs, by Patsy A. Leppien and J. Kincaid Smith. (Milwaukee: Northwestern Publishing House, 1992), pp. 271- 300 [Confessionalist Lutheran overview of the history of the conflict between the "Historic Lutheran Faith," "Pietism," and "New Thinking"].

Leppien, Patsy A. "Pietism," in What's Going on Among the Lutherans?: A Comparison of Beliefs, by Patsy A. Leppien and J. Kincaid Smith. (Milwaukee: Northwestern Publishing House, 1992), pp. 271-300. [Confessi- onalist Lutheran overview of the history of the conflict between the "Historic Lutheran Faith," "Pietism," and "New Thinking"].

Leppien, Patsy A. "Unity and Realignment 1875-1988," in What's Going on Among the Lutherans?: A Comparison of Beliefs, by Patsy A. Leppien and J. Kincaid Smith. (Milwaukee: Northwestern Publishing House, 1992), pp. 271- 300 [Confessionalist Lutheran overview of the history of the conflict between the "Historic Lutheran Faith," "Pietism," and "New Thinking"].


Anderson, Philip J. and Dag Blanck. Swedish-American Life in Chicago: Cultural and Urban Aspects of an Emigrant People. Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1992. $42.50.

Biographical Sketches of Lutheran Pastors in Virginia, 1820-1987. Salem, VA: Virginia Synod (ELCA), 1992.

DeBerg, Betty A., and Elizabeth Sherman. Women and Women's Issues in North American Lutheranism: A Bibliography. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1992. 52 pp.

Dibble, J. Birney. Outlaw for God: The Esther Bacon Story. Hanover, MA: Christopher Publishing House, 1992.

Engelhardt, Carroll. On Firm Foundation Grounded: The First Century of Concordia College (1891-1991). Moorhead, MN: Concordia College, 1991. 414 pp.

Frederich, Edward C. The Wisconsin Synod Lutherans. Milwaukee: Northwestern Publishing House, 1992. 314 pp.

Gotwald, Luther A., Jr. The Gotwald Trial Revisited. Davidsville, PA: The Author, 1992. 150 pp. [Tells the story of Luther A. Gotwald (1833-1900), tried for heresy in 1893].

________. History of the Allegheny Synod: First Five Years. Davidsville, PA: Allegheny Synod of the ELCA, 1992. 131 pp. [Contains a history of the original Allegheny Synod, its merger with the Central Pennsylvania Synod, and its reemergence in 1987].

Hubalek, Linda K. Butter in the Well: Scandinavian Woman's Tale of Life on the Prairie. Hillsboro, KS: Hearth Publications, [1992]. [Historical fiction about Swedish immigrants in the last half of the nineteenth century].

Kamphoefner, Wolfgang Helbich, and Ulrike Sommer, eds. News From the Land of Freedom: German Immigrants Write Home. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1991. 645 pp.

Kinsler, David E. Reminiscences of a Young Wippersnapper in His First Parish: On Oral History, ed. by B.B. Maurer. N.p.: n.p., 1992. 20 pp.

Knudsen, Beryl. ...And a Time to Dance. N.p.: American Publishing Company, 1992. 264 pp. [A novel outlining the Danish Lutheran Church in America, from 1870s to 1960].

Matteson, Jean M., Edith H. Matteson, and John Mark Nielsen. Blossoms of the Prairie: The History of the Danish Lutheran Church in Nebraska. Lincoln, NE: Blossoms of the Prairie, 1988. 247 pp.

Maurer, B.B., and Mary Miller Strauss. Lutherans on the Mountaintop in West Virginia and Western Maryland. Fairmont, WV: West Virginia-Western Maryland Synod ELCA], n.d. 181 pp.

Muhlenberg, Heinrich Melchior, ed. by Marianne S. Wokeck. Die Korrespondenz Heinrich Melchior Muhlenbergs aus der Anfangszeit des Deutschen Luthertums in Nordamerika [The correspondence of Heinrich Melchoir Muhlenberg from the beginning of German Lutheranism in North America]. Band 3: 1763-1768. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1990. 715 pp.

Nordquist, Philip A., and George A. Frykman. Educating for Service: Pacific Lutheran University, 1890-1990. Tacoma, WA: Lutheran University Press, 1990. 296 pp.

Oldenburg, Mark William. The Evolution of Ordination Rituals in East Coast Lutheranism, 1703-1918. Drew University, 1992. 495 pp.

Pankow, Fred, and Edith Pankow. 75 Years of Blessings and the Best is Yet to Come!: A History of the International Lutheran Laymen's League. St. Louis: ILLL, 1992. 241 pp. Cloth. $18.00

Peterson, John P. Social Ministries of the Lutheran Church in Illinois, 1867- 1992: 125 Years of Service with Individuals, Families, Parishes, Com- munities, and Social Systems. N.p.: Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, n.d.

Schmutterer, Gerhard M., and Christopher Pippert. Tomahawk and Cross: Lutheran Missionaries among the Northern Plains Tribes, 1858-1866. Sioux Falls, SD: Augustana College, Center for Western Studies, 1989. 219 pp.

Solberg, Richard W. Open Doors: The Story of Lutherans Resettling Refugees. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1992.

Wargelin, Raymond W. Dear Uncle. New York Mills, MN: Parta Printers, 1985. [Letters of J. K. Nikander and other pioneer pastors to the director of the Finnish Mission Society of Finland, 1885-1901].

Wechman, George. My Brother's Place: An American Lutheran Monastery. Lawren- ceville, Va.: Burnswick Publishing Corp., 1992. 73 pp.

Dissertations, Theses, Degree Projects and Unpublished Academic Papers

Arand, Charles P. Historiography of the Lutheran Confessions in America, 1830- 1930. S.T.M., Concordia Seminary (St. Louis), 1987. TREN 020-0024.

Brown, Donald. A Decade of Word and Witness in Ohio. D.Min., Trinity Lutheran Seminary, 1988. TREN 035-0040.

Cobb, John Moser. German Lutherans in the Prairie Provinces before the First World War: Their Church Background, Emigration and New Beginning in Canada. University of Manitoba (Canada) 1991.

Dutzmann, Ingo R. Lutheranism in Maine, 1741-1986. S.T.M., Concordia Seminary (St. Louis), 1988. TREN 020-0042.

Kelly, Jack. The Power of the Keys as Understood by Dr. Martin Luther and Interpreted by Dr. Uuras Saarnivaara. Master's Thesis, Luther North- western Theological Seminary, 1985.

Krueger, Karl. Psalms and Potatoes: The Congregations of the Polish-speaking Protestant Mazurians in East Prussia, Suwalki, Poland, and the United States. 2 Vols. University of Michigan, 1992. 525 pp. Order No. DA9226942

Vardell, Russell Alan. Striving to Gather the Scattered: The Texas-Louisiana Synod [LCA] and Its Predecessor Bodies, 1851-1987. Ph.D., University of Houston, 1992, 336 pp. Order No. DA9226552.

Vieker, Jon D. The Doctrine of Baptism as Confessed by C.F.W. Walther's "Gesangbuch" of 1847. S.T.M., Concordia Seminary (St. Louis), 1990).

Weber, Frederich A. J.A.A. Grabau and the Doctrine of the Pastoral Office. S.T.M., Trinity Lutheran Seminary, 1991. TREN 035-0056.

Williamson, Erik Luther. The Norwegian Short-Term Parochial School (Religionsskole) in North Dakota Lutheran Congregations, 1880's-1930's. University of North Dakota 1991, 96 pp., Order No. DA9131495

Wohlrabe, John C. An Historical Analysis of the Doctrine of the Ministry in the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod Until 1962. Th.D., Concordia Seminary (St. Louis), 1987. TREN 020-0027.

Zetto, J. Jeffrey. Aspects of Theology in the Liturgical Movement in the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, 1930-1960. Th.D., Christ Seminary-- Seminex, 1982.

Booklets and Other Media

Erikson, Rolf, "A Walking Tour of Lessor Cemetery, Shawano County, Wisconsin." NAHA Archives, 1992. 37 pp.

Kemppainen, Rudolph. "Samuel Vester Autere." Audio Tape. Suomi College Archives, Hancock, MI, 1985.

Items Examined

  • American Historical Review
  • Church History
  • Concordia Journal
  • Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly
  • Concordia Student Journal
  • Concordia Theological Quarterly
  • Cresset
  • Consensus: A Canadian Lutheran Journal of Theology
  • Currents in Theology and Mission
  • Dialog
  • Faith and Fellowship
  • JEDP: Journal of English District Pastors
  • Journal of the New England Lutheran Historical Society
  • Logia: A Journal of Lutheran Theology
  • The Lutheran
  • Lutheran Education
  • Lutheran Forum
  • Lutheran Quarterly
  • Lutheran Synod Quarterly
  • Lutheran Theological Review
  • Lutheran Theological Seminary Bulletin (Gettysburg)
  • Trinity Seminary Review
  • Northwestern Lutheran
  • Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly
  • WELS Historical Institute Journal
  • Word and World

1992 Items not available at Concordia Theological Seminary/Ft. Wayne

  • Concordia Journal (October 1992)
  • Faith-Life
  • For the Record: The Newsletter of the Canadian Lutheran Historical Association
  • Lutheran Forum (No. 1)
  • Lutheran Partners
  • Lutheran Quarterly (No. 4)
  • Lutheran Synod Quarterly (No. 2)

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