ONLINE: International Loehe Society Conference
July 26 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presentations during this Zoom conference include:
- Craig Nessan, Dubuque, Iowa: “The Matrix of the Loehe Legacy.”
- Jacob Corzine, River Forest, Illinois: “The Christian in Loehe’s Sermons on the Lord’s Supper (1866).”
- Rudolf Keller, Regensburg/Germany: “Hermann Bezzel as Interpreter of Wilhelm Loehe (1908).“
There will also be short project presentations and discussion panels. Please join us! More information and Zoom link will be sent via email once you register.
The International Loehe Society
The International Loehe Society (ILoeS) was founded in 2005 in Dubuque, Iowa, to promote study of the life, theology, and work of Wilhelm Loehe (1808-72) in historical context and to explore Loehe’s continuing significance for the church in its life and mission today. The scope of Loehe’s work extends through the institutions he founded in Neuendettelsau/ Germany and their outreach throughout the world. Regular conferences serve for research and international exchange.