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HTH 201 Global Christianity: Journals

A Guide for HTH 201 Christianity Becomes a World Religion

These journal titles can be found in the open and closed periodicals section of the library. If you need assistance locating or accessing a periodical, please contact the front desk at 717-338-3014.


American Lutheran, 1918-1966
The Evangelical Quarterly Review, 1863-1970
Lutheran Church Work, 1912-1915
Lutheran Evangelist, 1877-1909
Lutheran Herald, 1912, 1916-1930
The Lutheran Observer, 1833-1915
Lutheran Woman's Work, 1908-1960


Robert T. Flynn, Interim Library Administrator
Victoria Jesswein, Assistant Archivist
Cody Swisher, Branch Librarian A.R. Wentz Library Gettysburg

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