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Upcoming Quest:

2021 Spring Quest

The History of the Bible:
From Manuscripts to Modern Translations

March 2 - 23, Tuesday, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. (Mountain Time)

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The Quest will feature LCMS theologian Rev. Dr. Jeff Kloha, Chief Curator at the Bible Museum in Washington D.C., who will cover this important history: From Manuscript to Modern Translations... including a virtual tour of the museum. Quest is scheduled for March 2-23 (finishing before Holy Week begins), via Zoom and will be posted on our YouTube channel for viewing.

“Love the Lord, your God” and “love your neighbor as yourself” are the most-repeated passages in the Bible. They have been memorized, copied, recited, translated, and lived out for over 3000 years. But how was that passage—indeed the entire Bible—handed down to us?

These sessions will describe the fascinating journey of the Bible, from prophets and apostles to manuscripts and modern translations. Featured will be manuscripts and artifacts from the collections and exhibits of Museum of the Bible in Washington DC.

Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 7 p.m. Mountain

  • Session 1: What is the Bible?

  • Session 2: The Hebrew Bible: The Law, The Prophets, and the Psalms

Tuesday, March 9, 2021, 7 p.m. Mountain

  • Session 3: The Formation of the New Testament: The Apostles and the Gospel Message

  • Session 4: Copying the Bible (before there was cut-and-paste)

Tuesday, March 16, 2021, 7 p.m. Mountain

  • Session 5: Let There be Light: Luther, Tyndale and the King James Bible

  • Session 6: Modern Translations: Bibles for All

Tuesday, March 23, 2021, 7 p.m. Mountain

  • Session 7: Tour of Museum of the Bible, Part 1

  • Session 8: Tour of Museum of the Bible, Part 2

LCC Seminaries sunday 2021

Feed My Sheep (John 21:17)

Seminaries Sunday insert 2020-21.pdf
Resource Materials for Seminaries Sunday 2020-21.pdf
Liturgical Calendar 2021.pdf



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COVID 19 update

The seminary will be on limited opening, during which faculty and staff may work from home and come in only when necessary, between December 18, 2020 and January 18, 2021, the first full day of Winter Semester. The seminary will be completely closed on the officially published, closed calendar days. Students are allowed to finish Fall coursework through in-person coursework as circumstances allow (understanding that there are various circumstances that contribute to one or all participants to meet online). The January 4-15, 2021 short term course will be delivered completely online; the business functions of the seminary will continue in order to fulfill her mission.

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