Please join us for an open house on Thursday, October 30 from10:30-2:00 pm in the library Special Collections Room. On display will be some of the library's interesting pieces that demonstrate the evolution of the Bible as a physical object. The theme of the display is "The Bible as a Book: Papyrus ◊ Parchment ◊ Paper."
While you are on the 3rd floor of Gullixson Hall you are also invited to stop by the Region III and Luther Seminary Archives and the Reformation Research Program office to get better acquainted with what these departments are doing to preserve and make accessible important documents from the history of Luther Seminary and the Church. And, of course, refreshments will be served in the commons area. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday.
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Scavenger Hunt: Open to all students currently enrolled at Luther Seminary. Begins October 1, ends October 28. All questions will be posted in the Library Blog (Behind the Library Mask) during October. Keep a list of the questions & your answers and submit all at the same time with your name and contact information. All entries are due by 2:00pm October 29
Clue #9: Find the aisle in the STACKS where Luthers Works reside (the 55+ volume set edited by Jaroslav Pelikan, not the set that is found in the Reading Room).
In the 5th Section there are a series of red books on the works of Martin Luther (published in 1987) and series of blue books (published in 1967).
What language are they in?
Name one of the tradutores:
What is the name of the writer of these books (How is it written in the translation)?