Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, Luther Seminary was founded in 1963, as the result of a series of mergers with other Lutheran seminaries. Their current president is Richard H. Bliese. Luther joined the SSA in 2012, as a founding partner school.
LUTHER SEMINARY EDUCATES LEADERS FOR CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES
+ called and sent by the Holy Spirit
+ to witness to salvation through Jesus Christ and
+ to serve in God’s world.
“We already have a faculty that’s diverse across denominational lines, so these additional connections with other seminaries should benefit us as we share our understanding of the gospel with them and they share theirs with us.” – The Reverend Jim Lindus, Chair, Board of Directors, Luther Seminary
Faith and Creation Lecture Watch Dr. Calvin DeWitt answer the question, “How does the Bible support the care of creation?”
Living in God’s Abundance: A Bible Study This first segment of this three-part Bible study focuses on the Genesis account of creation, and the definitions of “dominion” and “image of God.”
Green Week 2011 Luther students describe the activities and lessons learned from the seminary’s Green Week.
CSA: Clergy Sustaining Agriculture This working and teaching program for pastors, run by a Luther Seminary graduate, is located on a farm in Indiana. It teaches pastors how to become better stewards of the earth while improving their leadership skills.
Garden Variety Reality A Luther student reflects on the importance of gardens.