The Tenth Anniversary of “Studying Luther in Wittenberg”

The Tenth Anniversary of “Studying Luther in Wittenberg”

In November 2018, the Strasbourg Institute’s Prof. Theodor Dieter (Germany) and Visiting Prof. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson (Japan/USA) taught their tenth consecutive seminar on Studying Luther in Wittenberg.

Ten Years of “Studying Luther in Wittenberg”

Ten Years of “Studying Luther in Wittenberg”

Seminar Wittenberg 2018

In November 2018, the Strasbourg Institute’s Prof. Theodor Dieter (Germany) and Visiting Prof. Sarah Hinlicky Wilson (Japan/USA) taught their tenth consecutive seminar on Studying Luther in Wittenberg.

New Seminar on “Studying Ecumenism in Strasbourg!”

New Seminar on “Studying Ecumenism in Strasbourg!”

Invitation to a new seminar offered by the Institute for Ecumenical Research in Strasbourg

Strasbourg, October 2 – 12, 2019

Dear Sisters and Brothers in the member churches of the Lutheran World Federation!

The Institute for Ecumenical Research has established a new seminar for Lutheran pastors and advanced students that will be held for the first time in 2019 (October 2-12) in Strasbourg. The seminar is meant to contribute to a specific aspect of the self-understanding of the LWF: “To be Lutheran is to be ecumenical.”

Visit of Orthodox Theologians at the Institute

Visit of Orthodox Theologians at the Institute

A group of Greek Orthodox theologians under the leadership of Rev. Prof. Dr. Christos Filiotis visited the Institute on July 4, 2018.

53rd International Ecumenical Seminar 2019

53rd International Ecumenical Seminar 2019

Doctrines divides – Spirituality unites?

Strasbourg, France, July 3 – 10, 2019

Ecumenical dialogues have in the last decades occupied themselves chiefly with controversial questions of doctrine, even while knowing full well that the relationships between churches and people encompass a great deal more than matters of doctrine. Much has been achieved in these dialogues, as was seen clearly in the ecumenical celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.