Since 1904, Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary has published the Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly as a testimony of its theological convictions. Formerly called the Theologische Quartalschrift, the Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly includes articles, book reviews, news, and comments. This revised, exclusive software version contains 40 volumes of WLQ, from 1950 to 1989, beginning with the first volume that was published primarily in English. This journal is issued by Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary as a testimony of its theological convictions, as a public witness to the saving truths of Holy Scripture, and in the interest of the theological and professional growth of those whom the seminary is training for the public ministry and of those already active in this ministry.
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