Martin Lohrmann on the History of the Lutheran Church

Martin Lohrmann, Lutheran Quarterly

To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation on Oct. 31, 2017, the journal Lutheran Quarterly has created a virtual timeline at timeline.press.jhu.edu/lut_reformation/. The site highlights seminal works from the journal’s pages on significant events in the history of the Lutheran Church worldwide. The Rev. Dr. Martin Lohrmann from Wartburg Theological Seminary - also the webmaster for the journal - talked to us about the creation of the timeline and how it can be used by scholars worldwide.

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