Lutheran Quarterly, New Series, a journal for all interested in the Evangelical-Lutheran Church everywhere, its history and theology, continues the tradition of Lutheran Quarterly, 1949–1977, a successor to Evangelical Review since 1849, Lutheran Church Review,1882, and the Augustana Quarterly, 1922.
Lutheran Quarterly appears in Spring, Summer Autumn & Winter issues each year.
The aims of the New Series are to provide a forum for:
- the discussion of Christian Faith and life on the basis of the Lutheran Confession
- the application of the principles of the Lutheran Church to the changing problems of religion and society
- the fostering of world Lutheranism
- the promotion of understanding between Lutherans and other Christians
Lutheran Quarterly is indexed in America with (ISSN 0024-7499):
- History and Life,
- Ecumenical Review,
- Historical Abstracts,
- Index to Religious Periodical Literature,
- Luther Jahrbuch and
- Religious Index One: Periodicals.
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