Category: Ecclesiology and Ecclesial Life

Ecclesiology and Ecclesial Life filtered by type: Book Chapters

Gracia Grindal "Free and Living Congregations: How Can Congregational Freedom be Assured?" In Church Roots. ed. Charles Lutz. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress 1985 : 185-206
Gracia Grindal "Women in the Lutheran Tradition" In Serving the Word: Lutheran Women. ed. Marilyn Preus. New York: Augsburg Fortress : 21-33
Marc Kolden and Todd Nichol, eds. "Getting Women Ordained" In Called and Ordained: Lutheran Perspectives on the Ministry. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress 1990
Gracia Grindal "How Lutheran Women Came to be Ordained" In Lutheran women in ordained ministry 1970-1995: reflections and perspectives. ed. Gloria E. Bengston, editor. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress 1995 : 33-44
Gracia Grindal "Women in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America" In University of South Carolina Press. eds. Catherine Wessinger, and Frederick Denny, eds. May 1996 : 180-210
Karen L. Bloomquist "The Postmodern Challenge of Moral Deliberation in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America" In The Church as Communion. ed. Heinrich Holze. 1998
Karen L. Bloomquist "Communion as a Basis for Moral Formation, Deliberation and Action" In The Difficult But Indispensable Church. ed. Norma Cook Everist. Fortress 2002
Karen L. Bloomquist, Martin L. Sinaga "Theological Education in Lutheran Churches" In The Handbook of Theological Education in World Christianity. ed. Dietrich Werner. Regnum 2010