Attention All Former Evangelicals
Attention all former Evangelicals! I am currently enrolled at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis in their doctor of ministry program. With my schooling I am responsible to conduct and write a Major Applied Research Project (i.e. MAP). The MAP is a doctoral level project/thesis for Concordia Seminary.
I have most recently settled on a theme of research and writing. The title of the research project is, “Becoming Lutheran: Exploring the Journey of American Evangelicals Into Confessional Lutheran Thought.”
In connection to this research and writing project I have decided to start a Research Journal Page that will be used as a venue of communication. This Research Journal Page will publicize my progress, research, and findings. You may want to check the journal page from time to time to follow this study’s progress.
Finally, if you are a former Evangelical who ‘has’ or ‘is’ journeying into Lutheran thought, I am in need of research participants. I currently have 88 participants signed up for this project and am hoping for at least 150. If you are open to being involved in the research project, please contact me by CLICKING HERE.
Thank you for your interest. I covet your prayers and support over the next year as I work on this project.
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