Vol. 40, No. 1 February 2002 ISSN 0460-0274
2002 Biennial Meeting: Program Preview
The Lutheran Historical Conference will meet in Saint Louis, Missouri, 1719 October 2002 on the campus of Concordia Seminary. The Concordia Historical Institute is hosting the meeting.
The Program Committee is pleased to report that an excellent slate of papers has been proposed and accepted for inclusion in the program.
Under the conference theme, Re-Examining Conflict and Cooperation: Implications for Current Understandings of American Lutheranism, the LHC will attempt to move beyond the familiar, traditional retelling of American Lutheran history to new examinations of the implications of both conflict and cooperation for ongoing Lutheran church life in the 21st century.
A diverse range of papers will examine, among other topics, the following:
These papers and other presentations will attempt to move us beyond the familiar and toward a focus on implications for churches today. The membership of the LHC is cordially invited to make plans now to attend this stimulating conference.
Susan W. McArver, Program Chair
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