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It is a veritable goldmine of interesting, useful, and edifying articles. From the year 1897 alone I have greatly enjoyed articles such as: "What is Theology"; "Public Worship in the Lutheran Church"; "Sermon on the Christian Amendment Question"; "Bibliology"; "What is Exegetical Theology"; and "The MALUM PIETISTICUM in Spener's Pia Desideria." And that is but the tip of the iceberg.
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[Update: Pr. Andrew Gray of Iowa has found the remaining volumes and says these links load faster. A big thanks to him and enjoy all of the Theological Quarterly now!]
Reading scholarship from a different era gives one a broader perspective. It would behoove pastors especially to regularly read theology from the past. This is an exceptional collection of some of the work of our Missourian fathers. And no, no mothers, you will search in vain to find any articles in a journal of and for the teaching of the church (and the ministerium in particular!) from back then written by the fairer sex . For some obscure reason our forefathers in the faith believed that to be novel and inappropriate and that a theological journal was obviously part of the public teaching of the church. Like I said, a broader perspective, which may be beneficial for you to work into your reading schedule.