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Klaus Detlev Schulz, Th.D.
Professor and Chairman of Pastoral Ministry and Missions
Supervisor of Ph.D. (Missiology) Program
Dean of Graduate Studies
Dr. Schulz joined the CTS faculty in the fall of 1998. He currently serves as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pastoral Ministry and Missions. He is also the supervisor of the Ph.D. in Missiology Program and Dean of the Graduate School. From 1994–1998, Dr. Schulz was a missionary in Serowe, Botswana, for the Lutheran Church Mission of the S.E.L.K. (Independent Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Germany).
In 1984, Dr. Schulz earned his B.A. degree at the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. In 1988, he successfully completed his M.Div. studies at the Lutherische Theologische Hochschule in Oberursel, Germany. In 1990, he earned his S.T.M. degree at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne. He then served in the S.E.L.K. as vicar in Heidelberg, Germany, from 1990–1992. In 1994, he concluded his studies at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, by earning a Th.D. in Systematics.
Dr. Schulz and his wife Cornelia are the parents of two children, Julia and Sophie.
|Mission from the Cross.
The Lutheran Theology of Mission (St. Louis: CPH,
|Booklet "Witness: We share our faith" in the
Lutheran Spirituality Series (CPH, 2007).
|Translation of Volker Stolle, "The Church comes
from all Nations" (German original title: "Kirche aus allen
Völkern. Luther Texte zur Mission") (St. Louis: CPH,
|"From Wittenberg with Love:
Martin Luther's Theology of Missions," Mission Accomplished.
Challenges to and Opportunities for Lutheran Missions in the 21st
Century, Edited by John Maxfield (St. Louis, Missouri The
Luther Academy, 2008), 1-16.
|"Two Kinds of Righteousness and
Moral Philosophy: Confessio Augustana 18, Philip Melanchthon and Martin
Luther," CTQ (2009), 17-40.
|"O testemunho cristao no dialogo
inter-religioso", in Vox Concordia,
Journal of Sao Paulo Seminary Sao Leopoldo (2007)
|"Pioneer Missionaries: Putting Merensky to
the Test," Logia XVII, No. 1,
|"Fellowship Issues and Missions" CTQ 70 (2006): 163-187.
|"The Urgency of Christian Witness" in
Missio Apostolica XIV, No.2 (Issue 28), November
2006, pp. 86-96.
|"In Search of the Proprium of Lutheran Mission: Eight
Theses," Logia XV, Number 1 (Epiphany 2006),
|"The Lutheran Debate over a Missionary Office,"
Lutheran Quarterly, Autumn 2005, Vol. XIX, No. 3,
|"Praktizierte konfessionelle Kirchenmission
und Partnerschaftsbeziehungen der Missourisynode auf dem
Missionsfeld," (Translation: Practiced
confessional Church Mission and Partner relationships of the Missouri
Synod on the Mission Field), in Gottes Wort in der Zeit:
Festschrift fuer Dr. Volker Stolle (Münster: LIT Verlag,
|"The Influence of Feminism on the LCMS (An
Outsider';s Perspective)," Feminism and the
Church. Congress on the Lutheran Confessions. Edited by John
A. Maxfield (St. Louis, Missouri: Published by The Luther Academy,
2003), pp. 111-131.
|"Revisiting the Missio Dei Concept,"
Concordia Theological Quarterly 66/4 (October
|"Lutheran Missiology in the 16th and 17th Century,"
Lutheran Synod Quarterly 43/1 (March 2003),
|"Towards a Missionary Church for the City,"
Missio Apostolica XI, No. 1 (Issue No. 21) (May
|"Propostas para Ação em
Missões Urbanas,"; Vox Concordia Volume
16, 2 (2001), 72-94.
|"A Lutheran Response to the Christology and Natural
Theology of the Papal Encyclical Dominus Iesus",
Logia X, 4 (Reformation 2001), pp. 5-8.
|"The Augsburg Confession and its Missiological
Significance," an essay by Karl Hartenstein. Translated and edited by
Klaus Detlev Schulz. Concordia Theological Seminary 65/1 (January
|"Christ's Ambassadors. A Confessional Perspective on the
Missionary Office of the Church," Logia (1998),
|"Tension in the Pneumatology of the Missio Dei Concept,"
Concordia Theological Journal, 23, 2 (April 1997),
|"Lutheran Confessional Mission Strategy,"
Concordia Student Journal, 16/3 (1993),
|"Living as 'Alien Residents'" In Thy Kingdom Come (Fall 2006).
|"Luther and Missions in the 16th Century,"
For the Life for the World (January 2004). Volume
Eight, Number One, Pp. 6-8.
|"Lutheran Missionary Education," For the Life of the World, 4/2 (April 2000).
|"Missionary Encounter with people of other Faiths
through the Sacraments of the Church," in: LCMS website (www.LCMS.org:)
Telling the Good News to Adherents of World Religions.
|"Urbanology: Reflections on Mission for the City," For the Life of the World, 3/2 (April 1999).
|"The Creeds: Walking in the Faith of our Fathers,"
For the Life of the World, 3/2
|Mark C. Mattes, The Role of Justification
in Contemporary Theology (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B.
Eerdmans, 2004) for forthcoming Logia
|Thomas C. Oden, The Justification Reader, in: Logia, 2003, XII, No. 4, 37.
|David C. Ratke, "Confession and Mission, Word and
Sacrament: The Ecclesial Theology of Wilhelm Löhe." Logia XI,
No. 4 (Reformation 2002), 47-49.
|Foreword and Book Cover promotion of Ingemar Oberg's,
Luther and World Missions (St. Louis: CPH,
|"Propuestas para la acción en missiones
urbanas," published by Red de programas de Ediuación
Teológica América Latina y el Caribe by Marcos
Kempff, facilitador y editor.
|"Fellowship Issues and Missions," Presentation at
26th Annual Symposium on the Lutheran Confessions. Concordia
Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne (January 22, 2003)
|"Afterword," Festschrift Dr. Wong Yong Ji (Fort Wayne: Lutheran Society of Missiology, 1999).
|Translation of "Viva Vox Evangelii. A necessary course
correction," An essay by Ulrich Asendorf in Festschrift for David P.
Scaer, All Theology is Christology.