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Lindsey Martie

Lindsey Martie joined the Public Relations team at Concordia Publishing House in 2014 after graduating from Mississippi State University (Go Dawgs!). A southern transplant, she values all things southern – except for sweet tea. In her free time, Lindsey likes to travel, cook, and spend time with her two dogs and family.

Recent Posts by Lindsey Martie

Q&A with Andrew E. Steinmann

Dr. Andrew Steinmann is the Distinguished Professor of Theology and Hebrew at Concordia University Chicago. At Concordia, he teaches a wide variety of classes, including Hebrew I and II, Hebrew Readings, Readings in Hebrew, and Introduction to the Old Testament. His research interests are focused on Hebrew, Aramaic languages, apocalyptic literature, wisdom literature, and biblical chronology. He is also an author, husband, father, and grandfather.

First Look at John Frederick the Magnanimous

The history of the Church—and in particular, the Reformation of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries—is a fascinating subject of study. A period of tumultuous events and passionate debate, the Reformation introduced the world to a host of influential characters. And while individuals such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Thomas Cranmer stand out prominently in this period, there are certainly other, though perhaps lesser-known, characters who left their own significant marks on history.

Q&A with John Pless, Co-Editor of The Necessary Distinction

We recently caught up with Rev. John T Pless to talk about The Necessary Distinction. Rev. Pless is assistant professor of pastoral ministry and missions at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and is a visiting professor at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Pretoria, South Africa.

First Look: Closed Communion?

The faithful practice of closed Communion is challenged in our day both culturally and ecclesiastically. As Western culture continues to careen down a path of individualism and autonomy, the privatization of faith leads many to regard participation in the Sacrament as a matter of personal entitlement.

First Look: Defending Luther’s Reformation

In the face of attacks against Luther, the Lutheran Church, and the Reformation, the Church as a whole must be equipped to intelligently address these modern criticisms. Defending Luther’s Reformation: The Ongoing Significance of the Reformation at the 500th Anniversary of the Ninety-five Theses, is an anthology of essays that will do just that.