The Department of Archives and History of the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod is home to the world's largest collection of artifacts and information on Lutherans in America.
Fostering cooperation among people and institutions concerned with research, documentation and preservation of the resources pertaining to the history of Lutheranism in North America.
Project Wittenberg is an electronic text initiative converting the writings of Martin Luther and other Lutherans to electronic forms. It is also a forum for Lutheran historical discussion.
Review of research whether annotations in Bible at Wittenberg archive are by the reformer or a student.
Describes finding of Tyndale first English translation in Lutheran archives at Württemberg State Library, Stuttgart, Germany.
Norwegian government-sponsored survey of the country's religious heritage, with special emphasis on the Reformation and Pietism.
Examines the difference made upon American society, culture, and religion by the Church and speculates as to possible future impact.
Studies how the early stages of the movement understood the foundational theology of Lutheranism. Includes political and religious background and special emphases on faith and sanctification.
Extra-biblical references to Christ and to people named in the New Testament.
Paul Maier examines New Testament the possibility of Christ's miracles in light of reaction to them, including place names and reactions by opponents as well as followers.