Concordia Seminary provides a variety of excellent publications, centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, that serve both church and the world. Click on the publication name to view the current issue or access previous issues.

Concordia Seminary Magazine

Concordia Seminary magazine is a free magazine that chronicles news, issues, and current events at Concordia Seminary.  View Concordia Seminary Magazine (Online and print).

Concordia Journal

The Concordia Journal is one of the flagship theological journals of North American Lutheran Christianity. Concordia Journal is published quarterly (Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall), exploring urgent ideas, themes, and issues related to the past, present, and future of global Christianity and today’s world, from a confessionally Lutheran perspective. View Concordia Journal or to subscribe, please go to (Online and print).

Guild Lines

Guild Lines is a biannual newsletter that lists the Seminary Guild’s current events and project lists. View Guild Lines (Online and print).

Graduate Studies Bulletin

The Graduate Studies Bulletin is a newsletter published in the fall, winter, and spring of each year and contains specific information on programs and reports on faculty doings that are of interest to graduate students, as well as other matters of interest to students and faculty alike. View the Graduate Studies Bulletin (Online only).

Around the Tower

Around the Tower is a student-written newsletter published periodically throughout the academic year that focuses on current news and events from a student perspective. View Around the Tower (Online only).

Seminary Press Books

The Seminary Press publishes theological books including recent titles Teaching God’s Children His Teaching and The American Mind Meets the Mind of Christ. To view all books, please go to

Bible Studies and Sermon Series

Concordia Seminary creates downloadable Bible studies and sermon series on a wide range of topics. To view all Bible studies and sermon series, please go to is an website dedicated to theological resources by faculty. This includes blog posts, resources like homiletical helps and podcasts, and relevant articles. Visit

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St. Louis, MO 63105
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