Institute of Theology recordings

2021

SEPTEMBER 2021

THE PSALMS

St. Paul's 2021 Fall Institute of Theology was led by by Dr. Timothy E. Saleska, professor of Exegetical Theology and dean of Ministerial Formation at Concordia Seminary. Dr. Saleska is recognized as a lecturer, speaker, writer, and commentator on the Psalms. The series focused on effectively meditating on the Psalms and using their wisdom for spiritual nurture and growth.

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2020

  • october 2020

    CHAMPIONS FOR LIBERTY - SERVANTS OF THE GOSPEL

    Dr. Gregory Seltz, executive director of the Lutheran Center of Religious Liberty, led our 2020 Fall Institute of Theology, utilizing his “Champions for Liberty – Servants of the Gospel” lecture series.


    Click here for recordings and notes from the Fall 2020 Institute of Theology taught by Dr. Greg Seltz. The 2020 recordings are password-protected, using the same congregational password as our other Member Portal pages. For help with access or passwords, our church office (314-822-0447) is happy to assist.

2019

OCTOBER 2019

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE EARLY CHURCH

St. Paul's 2019 fall Institute of Theology was offered by Dr. Joel Elowsky, Professor of Historical Theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Dr. Elowsky discussed key figures and issues prevalent in the early church and their relevance for the church of the 21st century.

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2018

SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2018

WHOLLY CITIZENS: GOD'S TWO REALMS & CHRISTIAN ENGAGEMENT WITH THE WORLD

The 2018 Fall Institute of Theology was led by Rev. Dr. Joel Biermann and focused on how Christians can best live as citizens of two kingdoms — the so-called right-hand and left-hand kingdoms.

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2017

APRIL-MAY 2017

LEARNING TO PRAY WTH JESUS

St. Paul's 2017 Institute of Theology was led by Rev. Larry Vogel, who has served as associate executive director of the Commission on Theology and Church Relations for The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod since 2009. He has authored articles, sermons, and book reviews published in journals of both LCMS seminaries and other theological publications.