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VDMA: Verbum Domini Manet in Aeternum was an early confession of the Reformation: "the Word of the Lord remains forever."

Lutheran Quarterly,
New Series:
a journal for the Evangelical Lutheran Church everywhere, discussing its history and theology.
Lutheran Quarterly appears in Spring, Summer Autumn and Winter issues each year.

The aims of the New Series are to provide a forum for:
  • the discussion of Christian Faith and life on the basis of the Lutheran Confession
  • the application of the principles of the Lutheran Church to the changing problems of religion and society
  • the fostering of world Lutheranism
  • the promotion of understanding between Lutherans and other Christians
Lutheran Quarterly is indexed in America with
(ISSN 0024-7499):
  • History and Life,
  • Ecumenical Review,
  • Historical Abstracts,
  • Index to Religious Periodical Literature,
  • Luther Jahrbuch and
  • Religious Index One: Periodicals.

Lutheran Quarterly, Inc. was incorporated as a non-profit society under the laws of the State of Wisconsin,
May 21, 1984.

With the final issue of Volume 30 (Winter 2016) appearing soon, Lutheran Quarterly is proud to share this index of every piece published over the past 30 years! (Click here to view pdf)

As of January 1, 2016, Lutheran Quarterly is being published by Johns Hopkins University Press, making the journal available in a full-text online edition as well as hard copy. The contents of LQ will remain entirely up to its editors and board. We promise "tender loving care" of new and existing subscriptions during this transition.

A new online order form can be found in our Subscribe page. Welcome to this exciting new chapter in the life of Lutheran Quarterly !

Online Feature: Leppin & Wengert on the 95 Theses

To celebrate LQ's entry into electronic subscriptions, enjoy this essay from Reformation scholars Volker Leppin and Timothy Wengert. It presents the historical evidence for and against Luther having physically posted the 95 Theses on October 31, 1517: "Sources for and against the Posting of the Ninety-Five Theses ."
As a further treat from the Winter 2015 issue, you may also enjoy this short feature on recommended books in the field of Reformation history. put together by Mary Jane Haemig.

Lutheran Quarterly is proud to support and endorse the Luther Reading Challenge, a program of the Institute for Ecumenical Research (Strasbourg, France). To learn more, visit www.lutherreadingchallenge.org. From the website:
"By registering for a free account, readers can participate in online discussions. Luther’s writings will give rise to a broad conversation about what they meant then, and what they mean for us now. And the scope will be truly global: while all the texts will be offered in English, international partners will also be making parts of Luther available in Hungarian, Chinese, and Portuguese, to name a few."

Lutheran Quarterly is pleased to establish the Gerhard Forde Endowment, dedicated to cultivating the historical and theological understanding of the Lutheran tradition articulated by Dr. Forde, especially as stated in his inaugural article for Lutheran Quarterly, New Series. "Radical Lutheranism ."

For more information about how to donate to the Gerhard Forde Endowment, read the Anniversary Letter from members of the Board of Directors. A pamphlet describing the Endowment is also available.

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