In this episode, host Rev. Micah Glenn is joined by Admissions Officer Rev. Thomas Schlund for an in-depth discussion on the three ecumenical creeds in The Book of Concord with Dr. Charles “Chuck” Arand, professor of Systematic Theology, director of the Center for the Care of Creation and the Eugene E. and Nell S. Fincke Graduate Professor of Theology at Concordia Seminary. Arand also shares some advice for students considering coming to the Seminary or considering ministry. “Develop a passion for theology,” he says. “Most of us, we’re driven by it. We’re fascinated by the questions and the answers provided by Scripture and witnessed by the church.”
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Laity; Ministers; Future Seminarians; Future Deaconesses
Glenn, Micah; Arand, Charles; and Schlund, Tom, "03-30 Under the Fig Tree: The Book of Concord’s three creeds with Dr. Chuck Arand" (2023). Under the Fig Tree. 57.