Concordia Lutheran Seminary

Faculty

Jennifer Frim, B.A., M.A.B.C.S., Ph.D. (Cand.) adjunct

Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton AB (B.A. 2003); Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton, AB (M.A.B.C.S. 2011); McMaster Divinity College (Ph.D. candidate 2012-present); Director of Parish Services, Trinity, Fisherville ON (2004-2009); Director of Children’s Ministry, Riverbend, Edmonton AB (2011-2012); Director of Parish Services, Prince of Peace, Burlington ON (2013); Adjunct Professor, Concordia University of Edmonton (2011-present); Applied Religion Program Coordinator, Concordia University of Edmonton (2013-present); Adjunct Professor, Concordia Lutheran Seminary (2015)

PUBLICATIONS  

“A Text Without 1 Corinthians 14.34-35? Not According to the Manuscript Evidence” (Written as Jennifer Shack)
Scholarly article published in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, vol. 10.4, 2014.

“The History and Biblical Foundation of the Diaconate in LCC” (Presented  as Jennifer Shack)
Paper presented to the 2014 national convention of Lutheran Church Canada, 2014.

“The Diaconate in Lutheran Church-Canada” (Written as Jennifer Shack)
Companion article to national convention presentation published in The Canadian Lutheran, vol. 29, no. 4, 2014.

“C. F. W. Walther’s Thesis VIII on Ministry: Is it (Still) Scriptural?” (Presented as Jennifer Shack)
Paper presented to the Ontario-Quebec region of the Evangelical Theological Society, 2013.

“The Historical Development of the Director of Parish Services Program at Concordia University College of Alberta” (Presented as Jennifer Shack)
Paper presented to the Concordia University College Religious Studies Division Scholar’s Forum, 2011.

“Twenty Years for Unique Program” (Written as Jennifer Shack with Paul Schoepp)
A review of the history of the Director of Parish Services program at Concordia University College published in The Canadian Lutheran, vol. 25, no. 5, 2010

“Discovery in the Dirt: Reflections on the Hippos Dig Project 2008” (Written as Jennifer Shack)
Final reflections on the Hippos archaeological excavation experience in 2008 published in The Canadian Lutheran, vol. 24, no. 9, 2009.      

Languages

English – fluent

Biblical Greek – reading ability

Biblical Hebrew – reading ability

French – reading ability, some speaking ability

German – reading ability, some speaking ability