Aug 29, 2012
Most Christians know that the Old Testament ends with the book of Malachi and the New Testament begins with Matthew. In most English versions of the Bible, one blank page separates the two books. What many Christians may not know is that one blank page can represent many years—400, to be exact. That said, these(…)
Aug 20, 2012
CPH wishes to congratulate Dr. Andrew Steinmann on being named Distinguished Professor of Theology and Hebrew at Concordia University Chicago. Steinmann, a prolific author and speaker, has contributed greatly to the Church through his many books and articles. As a full-time professor of Hebrew, Steinmann keeps busy with his students, writings, and radio guest spots.(…)
Aug 14, 2012
With thanksgiving to God, CPH celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the ordination of Rev. Christopher W. Mitchell (B.S., M.Div., M.A., Ph.D.). Rev. Mitchell serves as CPH editor for the Concordia Commentary series. Previous to his arrival at CPH, Rev. Mitchell served as a pastor in Minnesota. The following interview provides a brief introduction to a(…)
Aug 2, 2012
Concordia Publishing House congratulates and rejoices with Dr. Christopher Brown on the occasion of his obtaining tenure at Boston University School of Theology. Dr. Brown, whose rank is now Associate Professor of Church History, serves as general editor for Luther’s Works: American Edition. Boston University is the fourth-largest private university in the United States, with approximately 33,000 students and 4000 faculty in eighteen schools. The Boston University School of Theology, the oldest school of the university, was founded by New England Methodists in 1839. Dr. Brown teaches Church History in the School of Theology, including a survey of the history of Christianity and specialized courses in Late Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Reformation.