By Virtue of My Office – Dr. Ken Korby’s Lecture to the Southern Illinois District -- is here presented with a few gaps (technology can be counted on to disappoint us from time to time). Listen and learn. . .
In the first part, Dr. Korby starts by giving some background
information on himself including his love for Russian literature, his
pastoral exile, and his fight to spread the practice of private
confession and absolution. He expresses concern for a lack of critical
scholarship on the writing of C.F.W. Walther. Then Korby ventures into Church
and the Office of the Ministry discussing rite vocatus, Augsburg Confession 14, and Smalcald Articles 3:12. He ends up with some comments about our mirroring of the business world, about the incessant need for programs, and more on Loehe and the Missouri Synod (the subject of His doctoral dissertation).
By Virtue of My Office – Part 1 (mp3) (right-click to download)
By Virtue of My Office – Part 2 (mp3) (right-click to download)
So does Harrison's work, At Home in the House of my Fathers, meet Korby's standard for scholarship on Walther, et al?
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