December LTJ now available
Following the popular COVID-19 themed journal published in August, the December issue of the Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ*) returns to the more traditional format containing three articles and three book reviews. Articles cover a wide range of subjects: the history of modernist church architecture in Queensland; agricultural metaphors in scripture; and social justice within Australasian Lutheran theology.
LTJ extends an invitation to its readers to become active contributors to future editions of the journal. To find out more, contact LTJEditorialAssistant@alc.edu.au.
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*LTJ is a tri-annual publication which explores and applies the tradition of the church in ways that are fresh and that engage the issues of today. LTJ seeks to encourage and challenge its readers—chiefly the pastors, teachers and lay members of the LCA/NZ, and the teaching staff and students of theological colleges in Australia and overseas—by keeping them abreast of recent developments in the primary areas of biblical, theological, historical, educational and pastoral studies. It also provides a forum for students of theology to publish the fruits of their research.