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Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Rev. Jack Lindquist


Rev. Jack E. Lindquist is a minister of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America with an M.Div. from the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago who has taught in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, both part-time and full-time, since 1970. His research and teaching specialties are  “The World of the New Testament” (through which he has led many study tours), “The Reformation Era,” “The Holocaust and the Churches Under Hitler,” and “Lutheran and Roman Catholic Theological Dialogue.” His publications have included: “The Eucharist: An Ecumenical Spectrum” (International Eucharistic Congress: Philadelphia, 1976) and “The Emmaus Story (Luke 24:13-35) as Liturgical Catechesis” (Studies In Honor of Toivo Harjunpaa: Helsinki, 1977); six articles on "Lutheranism" in An Introductory Dictionary Of Theology and Religious Studies. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2007.