Audio Archive

Streng, William

Bill was professor of Christian Education at Wartburg Theological Seminary from 1951 to 1979, serving several years as dean of students and later as dean of faculty. He was also an adviser on the Board of Parish Education for the American Lutheran Church and a member of the Commission of Education for the American Association of Theological Schools. He served on the Lutheran World Federation Assignment to Europe. Two years later, his assignment took him to South America and Africa. A prolific author, Streng wrote many books including "Be Alive" at the request of the American Lutheran Church to be used as a resource and study guide in congregational renewal.

Recordings

No Easy Answers

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Education in Transition

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Church Reform

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Situation Ethics

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

On Prayer and Worship — Pharisee and Publican

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Patristics, 100-500 A.D.: Development of Theological Thought in the Early Church

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Unity and the Theology of the Cross

Presenter: Streng, William / 1967

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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