Use the Castle Conversations with Wartburg Seminary Faculty Video Series below within your congregation, bible study or among friends to explore topics that are relevant and important to WTS faculty.
|What do we do with our grief?
Rev. Dr. Nate Frambach, Professor of Pastoral Theology & Director of Center for Youth Ministries at Wartburg Theological Seminary, talks about What do we do with our grief? Study Questions
|Attending to the Commas in the Nicene Creed
Rev. Dr. Winston Persaud, Knutson & UELC Professor of Systematic Theology & Director of the Center for Global Theologies at Wartburg Theological Seminary, discusses Hearing the Faith Confessed by Attending to the Commas in the Nicene Creed. Study Questions
|Mission & Vocation
Dr. Kristine Stache, Associate Professor of Missional Leadership & Director of Learning for Life at Wartburg Seminary, explores Mission & Vocation. Study Questions
|What is the role of “study” in Christian faith and spirituality?
Dr. Troy Troftgruben, Assistant Professor of New Testament at Wartburg Theological Seminary, discusses What is the role of “study” in Christian faith and spirituality? Study Questions
|What Makes a Sermon Good?
Rev. Dr. Samuel Giere, Associate Professor of Homiletics & Biblical Interpretation at Wartburg Theological Seminary, shares What Makes a Sermon Good? Study Questions
|Sabbath as Spiritual Practice
Prof. Susan Ebertz, Assistant Professor of Bibliography & Academic Research & Director of Reu Memorial Library at Wartburg Seminary, talks about Sabbath as Spiritual Practice. Study Questions
|What is seminary and why is it for everyone?
Rev. Dr. Craig Nessan, Academic Dean and Professor of contextual Theology at Wartburg Seminary, discusses What is seminary and why is it for everyone? Study Questions