South and East Pastors Conference 2023 – Hunted – Playlist
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Hunted is an imposing and intimidating word. As much as we would like to ignore the thought, we live in a world where a roaring lion is stalking us and those we have been charged to shepherd.
We invite you to gather as we talk not only about the problem of evil in the world we live in, but how to both minister and recover from ministering to those who are hunted. Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb will speak on living redeemed in a sin-cursed world. Join us!
- Opening Worship Service Message – Rev. David A. Davis
- Session 1: Martin Luther’s Deepening the Definition of Sin – Dr. Robert A. Kolb
- Session 2: Whatever Happened to Sin? – Dr. Robert A. Kolb
- Session 3: Preaching and Pastoral Care in a Sinful World/Q&A – Dr. Robert A. Kolb
- President’s Report – Rev. David A. Davis
Rev. Dr. Robert A. Kolb
Professor Emeritus – Systematic Theology | Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
Rev. Dr. Robert A. Kolb is professor emeritus of Systematic Theology at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. (CSL) He also previously served as the director of the Seminary’s Institute for Mission Studies. Before joining the Seminary, he served as director of the Center for Reformation Research (1973–77), and in various teaching roles in the religion and history departments at Concordia College in St. Paul, Minn. (1977–93, acting president 1989–90). From 1994 to 2010, he taught abroad, chiefly in post-Soviet Europe, for three months of the year. He received his Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology from CSL (1967, 1968). He also earned a master’s and a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin–Madison (1969, 1973). Additionally, he received honorary doctorates from four different institutions. He is the author of several books and has also been involved in several academic and LCMS boards.