|Luther Academy Moves To CTS Campus|
For Immediate Release
December 10, 2014
FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Luther Academy has relocated its headquarters from Wisconsin to the campus of Concordia Theological Seminary (CTS), Fort Wayne, Indiana. Luther Academy was established in 1991 by the Rev. Dr. Robert Preus, a former president of CTS, to promote confessional Lutheran theology and research through conferences, scholarly exchanges and publications that assist the church both to preserve and proclaim to the world the Gospel of Jesus, the only saving faith.
“Our goal is to promote confessional Lutheran theology and assist Lutheran church partners in their efforts to proclaim the Gospel. Luther Academy’s connection to CTS will help facilitate the establishment and nurturing of such relationships. Moreover, Luther Academy has worked closely with the CTS faculty, drawing on their talents to provide for many of its continuing education conferences,” explains the Rev. Dr. Robert Bennett, executive director of Luther Academy. “Throughout the year Lutherans from all parts of the world gather on the CTS campus to attend events like the Symposia Series and Good Shepherd Institute. Such gatherings provide the perfect environment for Luther Academy to reach out to Lutheran church partners and develop relationships.” Bennett also serves as a guest professor of Missions at CTS.
Resources offered by Luther Academy include LOGIA: A Journal of Lutheran Theology, The Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics series, The Pieper Lectures and Luther Digest. Other publications include various festschrifts and an upcoming three volume collection of unpublished works of the late Prof. Kurt Marquart. For additional information concerning Luther Academy go to www.LutherAcademy.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 260-452-3201.
Concordia Theological Seminary exists to form servants in Jesus Christ who teach the faithful, reach the lost, and care for all. Founded in 1846, CTS is a seminary of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS). Learn more about CTS at www.ctsfw.edu and the LCMS at www.lcms.org.