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04/09/2020

Formation Théologique par correspondance en Anglais :

 

 

 

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Are you interested in taking an Immanuel Lutheran College class online?

1 CorinthiansReligion 101-102, Religion 305-306, and Religion 407-408 are currently available.

           You can see and hear an example of how each would function. Go to: classes.ilc.edu. Do not login. Scroll down  and select “Religion 101 /102 - A Sample - Pentateuch - OT Survey” or “Rel 407 / 408 - Christian Teachings - A Sample.”  Read the main column and follow the instructions.  

The following table is for the school year 2015-16.

Semester Class

Description

Credit

Audit

Group Use

Religion 101

Old Testament

$650

$195

NA

Religion 102

Old Testament

$650

$195

NA

Religion 305

Symbolics

$650

$195

$195

Religion 306

Symbolics

$650

$195

$195

Religion 407

Dogmatics

NA

$195

$195

Religion 408

Dogmatics

NA

$195

$195

Religion 12 (HS)

1 Corinthians

NA

$56

$56

Note:  All costs are for 2015-16; NA – Not Available

More information at classes.ilc.edu and ilc.edu

           Here is some information you may wish to consider if you are interested in registering for the class and also directions on how to register for the class if desired.

  1. 1 Corinthians is a high school study at the 12th grade level. First Corinthians leads us to see Christ and Him crucified as the center of all faith and life and as the wisdom needed to face practical, relevant problems, and thus grow in faith, love and holiness by the power of the Spirit. This class is offered online only for auditing. If users wish to take the quizzes, they will have to do that in the same time frame as when the class meets in the fall semester. The class presentations will be open other times. (44 lessons, 45 minutes each)
  2. Religion 101 / 102: Old Testament Survey is a detailed study of the major events and individuals of the books of Genesis to Malachi and also God's dealings with Israel, directing all things unto Christ. (Rel 101 - 46 lessons, 45 minutes each) (Rel 102 - 49 lessons, 45 minutes each)
  3. Religion 305 / 306: Symbolics is a study of the history, development, and contents of the three universal creeds and of the Lutheran Confessions from 1517-1580. The objectives are to compare these Confessions with Scripture, to grow in faith by the power of the Spirit, to increase our commitment to the Lutheran confessions because they are in agreement with Holy Scripture and to improve our ability to discern error and witness the truth. Subject matter studied in 305  first semester includes the three universal creeds, Luther's Catechisms, the Augsburg Confession and the Apology. (1517-1530) (43 lessons, 45 minutes each)  Subject matter studied in 306 second semester includes Completing the Augsburg Confession, the Smalcald Articles, and  the Formula of Concord. (1530-1580) (46 lessons, 45 minutes each)
  4. Religion 407 / 408: Dogmatics is a systematic  study of Christian teachings (doctrines), showing their Biblical foundation and their application to the Christian life. Subject matter studied in 407  first semester includes Scripture, God, man, Christ, conversion, and justification (42 lessons, 45 minutes each). Subject matter studied in 408 second semester includes sanctification, the means of grace, Law and Gospel, the sacraments, the church, election, and eschatology (45 lessons, 45 minutes each).
  5. Purpose - All the online courses are intended to be a detailed study of God’s Word according to the content descriptions given in the previous paragraphs. These courses are not intended to be “unique” revelations. That, of course, belongs to God alone and has been recorded for us in His Word. They are intended to be a study of His Word parallel to what your pastor is sharing in Bible Class so that we may grow in faith and love for Him who died for us. Because the courses have assigned homework (optional for those auditing) and meet three times a week, the courses may, perhaps, be more intensive or comprehensive than a congregational Bible Class. You may wish to take a course to supplement your Bible studies at home and church. You may wish to take those which apply for college credit, perhaps in the interest of pursuing CLC teacher certification, or as a needed step in gaining future entry to Immanuel Lutheran Seminary. Each course meets three times a week.
  6. Time Frame - Each class may be taken as an audit at any time. They may be taken for credit only in connection with the semester in which they are taught on-site. Your time frame for participation is not limited by the semester. With each class your participation can extend before or after the class semester. But you need to register for one semester. The videos and quizzes for the classes will be available at the time of your choosing. There is one exception to auditors following their own time frame. In the semester the course is taught at ILC in an on-site class you cannot be ahead of the on-site class and if you wish to do the quizzes you must be either  two weeks behind the on-site class or must follow the time limits set for those taking the on-site class. For example: Religion 101 - fall semester of odd years (e.g. Aug.-Dec. of 2015).Religion 102 - spring semester of even years (e.g. Jan.-May of 2016). Religion 305 - fall semester of odd years (e.g. Aug.-Dec. of 2015).Religion 306 - spring semester of even years (e.g. Jan.-May of 2016).Religion 407 - fall semester of even years (e.g. Aug.-Dec. of 2016 etc.)Religion 408 - spring semester of odd years (e.g. Jan. - May of 2017 etc.)
  7. Auditing - Auditing students do not receive any college credit, nor can they expect teacher evaluations.
  8. For credit - The online course grade is based on the online quizzes and the student’s written or video presentations. There may be a preview quiz and / or a review quiz with each lesson.
  9. How will it work, if you are taking the class the same time  it is taught at ILC in an on-site class? Prof. John Ude  will be teaching the on-site class at ILC, say for example, on a Tuesday. Students enrolled  will be asked to read the assignment beforehand (those auditing can participate as much as they want). The class will be taught with the assumption that students have read the material. A preview quiz will open 3-7 days before the lesson for which it is due, but it has a time deadline of the beginning of that lesson’s class period. So for the Tuesday class, a preview quiz would have opened on the previous Friday and be due by class time on that Tuesday. The quizzes are online and correct themselves, showing the correct answers and some explanation. After the instructor  teaches the class, the video is uploaded to the internet host. It should be available for any registered user  via their computer within a couple hours after the class. If there is a review quiz on that class, it will be due 3-9 days after the class presentation. And so on with each class of a given course.
  10. How will it work, if you are taking the class at a different time than  it is taught at ILC in an on-site class? You may proceed at your own pace with no time limits.
  11. Registration - Since these are ILC college courses, you must register with Immanuel Lutheran College to take the class. A login and password will be assigned  for those who are  registered in order for them to access the whole course at classes.ilc.edu. There is a registration fee of $25.00 for those who have not been enrolled at ILC in recent history. The course may be taken for credit or audit. There's a limit of 10 online students for credit (no limit for audit). The tuition costs for each class are listed in the graph at the top of this document. A three credit course costs 25% of the current semester tuition at ILC. The audit price is 30% of the credit price. The audit price for 1 Corinthians is different because it is  a high school course and as an inexpensive introduction.  These fees are set  by the ILC Board of Regents. All payments are made to ILC through the ILC Business Office and do not go to the professor teaching the course.
  12. A couple or a household can take the class together with one registration and one login. In such a joint venture only one person can take the course for credit. Clearly we welcome both or all to register.  
  13. Distribution - Since this is a registered ILC college class and some videos contain copyrighted material, online users  may not copy and share or distribute the video recordings with others.
  14. A CLC congregation or study group may use most of the online coursesfor joint Bible study, with the requirement of one registration (one login) and one payment. The pastor or some other representative of the congregation should register with ILC. Religion 101 /102 is not available for group use due to copyright restrictions.
  • The class videos may not be copied and shared or distributed to anyone else.
  • The class videos may not be edited. A fair segment may be shown.
  • Only one login is provided for such an arrangement.
  • The permission to show the class videos, or a portion thereof, extends from the start of the course term until the start of the same term two years later (currently August 2015 to August 2017). With 1 Corinthians it is one year later.  
  • The question has been asked how these might work as a congregational Bible Class.  Making them available for this usage has been the recommendation of the Board of Regents. I don’t know how useful they will be for a normal Bible Class. The classes are not taught in the manner in which I would teach a congregational Bible Class. The classes expect that everyone listening has read the material ahead of time. They are mainly lecture with minimal class involvement. There are some samples available as indicated at the beginning of this document. Suggested uses:
    • 1. Show one to your Bible Class as a demonstration of what is available for individuals to pursue in their own individual study.
    • 2. Use them occasionally to fill in a Bible Class session when the Pastor is absent.
    • 3. Go over some of the material in Bible class and then use a segment of the video to highlight the topic and spur discussion.
    • 4. Use them for a small group interested in further religious studies. Perhaps they commit to reading the material in advance, gather to watch the video together and then discuss it.
  1. To register, completethe registration form for online college courses.  Those registering for any online course do not need to send a pastoral recommendation or a transcript. It should be sent, e-mailed, or faxed to the ILC office:

Immanuel Lutheran College, 501 Grover Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701.

Email: clcbookhouse@ilc.edu

Fax: 715-836-6634

Contact - Please feel free to contact the Academic Dean (715-836-6631 or john.ude@ilc.edu) with any further questions.

 

 

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21/06/2019

Formation Théologique par correspondance en Anglais :

 

 

 

 

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Are you interested in taking an Immanuel Lutheran College class online?

1 CorinthiansReligion 101-102, Religion 305-306, and Religion 407-408 are currently available.

           You can see and hear an example of how each would function. Go to: classes.ilc.edu. Do not login. Scroll down  and select “Religion 101 /102 - A Sample - Pentateuch - OT Survey” or “Rel 407 / 408 - Christian Teachings - A Sample.”  Read the main column and follow the instructions.  

The following table is for the school year 2015-16.

Semester Class

Description

Credit

Audit

Group Use

Religion 101

Old Testament

$650

$195

NA

Religion 102

Old Testament

$650

$195

NA

Religion 305

Symbolics

$650

$195

$195

Religion 306

Symbolics

$650

$195

$195

Religion 407

Dogmatics

NA

$195

$195

Religion 408

Dogmatics

NA

$195

$195

Religion 12 (HS)

1 Corinthians

NA

$56

$56

Note:  All costs are for 2015-16; NA – Not Available

More information at classes.ilc.edu and ilc.edu

           Here is some information you may wish to consider if you are interested in registering for the class and also directions on how to register for the class if desired.

  1. 1 Corinthians is a high school study at the 12th grade level. First Corinthians leads us to see Christ and Him crucified as the center of all faith and life and as the wisdom needed to face practical, relevant problems, and thus grow in faith, love and holiness by the power of the Spirit. This class is offered online only for auditing. If users wish to take the quizzes, they will have to do that in the same time frame as when the class meets in the fall semester. The class presentations will be open other times. (44 lessons, 45 minutes each)
  2. Religion 101 / 102: Old Testament Survey is a detailed study of the major events and individuals of the books of Genesis to Malachi and also God's dealings with Israel, directing all things unto Christ. (Rel 101 - 46 lessons, 45 minutes each) (Rel 102 - 49 lessons, 45 minutes each)
  3. Religion 305 / 306: Symbolics is a study of the history, development, and contents of the three universal creeds and of the Lutheran Confessions from 1517-1580. The objectives are to compare these Confessions with Scripture, to grow in faith by the power of the Spirit, to increase our commitment to the Lutheran confessions because they are in agreement with Holy Scripture and to improve our ability to discern error and witness the truth. Subject matter studied in 305  first semester includes the three universal creeds, Luther's Catechisms, the Augsburg Confession and the Apology. (1517-1530) (43 lessons, 45 minutes each)  Subject matter studied in 306 second semester includes Completing the Augsburg Confession, the Smalcald Articles, and  the Formula of Concord. (1530-1580) (46 lessons, 45 minutes each)
  4. Religion 407 / 408: Dogmatics is a systematic  study of Christian teachings (doctrines), showing their Biblical foundation and their application to the Christian life. Subject matter studied in 407  first semester includes Scripture, God, man, Christ, conversion, and justification (42 lessons, 45 minutes each). Subject matter studied in 408 second semester includes sanctification, the means of grace, Law and Gospel, the sacraments, the church, election, and eschatology (45 lessons, 45 minutes each).
  5. Purpose - All the online courses are intended to be a detailed study of God’s Word according to the content descriptions given in the previous paragraphs. These courses are not intended to be “unique” revelations. That, of course, belongs to God alone and has been recorded for us in His Word. They are intended to be a study of His Word parallel to what your pastor is sharing in Bible Class so that we may grow in faith and love for Him who died for us. Because the courses have assigned homework (optional for those auditing) and meet three times a week, the courses may, perhaps, be more intensive or comprehensive than a congregational Bible Class. You may wish to take a course to supplement your Bible studies at home and church. You may wish to take those which apply for college credit, perhaps in the interest of pursuing CLC teacher certification, or as a needed step in gaining future entry to Immanuel Lutheran Seminary. Each course meets three times a week.
  6. Time Frame - Each class may be taken as an audit at any time. They may be taken for credit only in connection with the semester in which they are taught on-site. Your time frame for participation is not limited by the semester. With each class your participation can extend before or after the class semester. But you need to register for one semester. The videos and quizzes for the classes will be available at the time of your choosing. There is one exception to auditors following their own time frame. In the semester the course is taught at ILC in an on-site class you cannot be ahead of the on-site class and if you wish to do the quizzes you must be either  two weeks behind the on-site class or must follow the time limits set for those taking the on-site class. For example: Religion 101 - fall semester of odd years (e.g. Aug.-Dec. of 2015).Religion 102 - spring semester of even years (e.g. Jan.-May of 2016). Religion 305 - fall semester of odd years (e.g. Aug.-Dec. of 2015).Religion 306 - spring semester of even years (e.g. Jan.-May of 2016).Religion 407 - fall semester of even years (e.g. Aug.-Dec. of 2016 etc.)Religion 408 - spring semester of odd years (e.g. Jan. - May of 2017 etc.)
  7. Auditing - Auditing students do not receive any college credit, nor can they expect teacher evaluations.
  8. For credit - The online course grade is based on the online quizzes and the student’s written or video presentations. There may be a preview quiz and / or a review quiz with each lesson.
  9. How will it work, if you are taking the class the same time  it is taught at ILC in an on-site class? Prof. John Ude  will be teaching the on-site class at ILC, say for example, on a Tuesday. Students enrolled  will be asked to read the assignment beforehand (those auditing can participate as much as they want). The class will be taught with the assumption that students have read the material. A preview quiz will open 3-7 days before the lesson for which it is due, but it has a time deadline of the beginning of that lesson’s class period. So for the Tuesday class, a preview quiz would have opened on the previous Friday and be due by class time on that Tuesday. The quizzes are online and correct themselves, showing the correct answers and some explanation. After the instructor  teaches the class, the video is uploaded to the internet host. It should be available for any registered user  via their computer within a couple hours after the class. If there is a review quiz on that class, it will be due 3-9 days after the class presentation. And so on with each class of a given course.
  10. How will it work, if you are taking the class at a different time than  it is taught at ILC in an on-site class? You may proceed at your own pace with no time limits.
  11. Registration - Since these are ILC college courses, you must register with Immanuel Lutheran College to take the class. A login and password will be assigned  for those who are  registered in order for them to access the whole course at classes.ilc.edu. There is a registration fee of $25.00 for those who have not been enrolled at ILC in recent history. The course may be taken for credit or audit. There's a limit of 10 online students for credit (no limit for audit). The tuition costs for each class are listed in the graph at the top of this document. A three credit course costs 25% of the current semester tuition at ILC. The audit price is 30% of the credit price. The audit price for 1 Corinthians is different because it is  a high school course and as an inexpensive introduction.  These fees are set  by the ILC Board of Regents. All payments are made to ILC through the ILC Business Office and do not go to the professor teaching the course.
  12. A couple or a household can take the class together with one registration and one login. In such a joint venture only one person can take the course for credit. Clearly we welcome both or all to register.  
  13. Distribution - Since this is a registered ILC college class and some videos contain copyrighted material, online users  may not copy and share or distribute the video recordings with others.
  14. A CLC congregation or study group may use most of the online coursesfor joint Bible study, with the requirement of one registration (one login) and one payment. The pastor or some other representative of the congregation should register with ILC. Religion 101 /102 is not available for group use due to copyright restrictions.
  • The class videos may not be copied and shared or distributed to anyone else.
  • The class videos may not be edited. A fair segment may be shown.
  • Only one login is provided for such an arrangement.
  • The permission to show the class videos, or a portion thereof, extends from the start of the course term until the start of the same term two years later (currently August 2015 to August 2017). With 1 Corinthians it is one year later.  
  • The question has been asked how these might work as a congregational Bible Class.  Making them available for this usage has been the recommendation of the Board of Regents. I don’t know how useful they will be for a normal Bible Class. The classes are not taught in the manner in which I would teach a congregational Bible Class. The classes expect that everyone listening has read the material ahead of time. They are mainly lecture with minimal class involvement. There are some samples available as indicated at the beginning of this document. Suggested uses:
    • 1. Show one to your Bible Class as a demonstration of what is available for individuals to pursue in their own individual study.
    • 2. Use them occasionally to fill in a Bible Class session when the Pastor is absent.
    • 3. Go over some of the material in Bible class and then use a segment of the video to highlight the topic and spur discussion.
    • 4. Use them for a small group interested in further religious studies. Perhaps they commit to reading the material in advance, gather to watch the video together and then discuss it.
  1. To register, completethe registration form for online college courses.  Those registering for any online course do not need to send a pastoral recommendation or a transcript. It should be sent, e-mailed, or faxed to the ILC office:

Immanuel Lutheran College, 501 Grover Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701.

Email: clcbookhouse@ilc.edu

Fax: 715-836-6634

Contact - Please feel free to contact the Academic Dean (715-836-6631 or john.ude@ilc.edu) with any further questions.

 

 

 

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10/05/2019

Bibliothèque en ligne d'oeuvres de théologie luthériennes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bibliothèque en ligne d'oeuvres de théologie luthériennes

La Sainte Bible (documents et liens externes)

 

 

 

Louis Segond (par mot-clé
Bible de Semeur (par mot-clé
Version Créole (Haitien) de la Bible (par mot-clé)Nouveau Testament lue à haute voix RealAudio (incomplet)

NOUVEAU! Pour accéder à d'autres versions de la Bible: 
The Unbound Bible en français 

Confessions de foi luthériennes:

 

 

Le Petit Catechisme de Martin Luther 
La Confession d'Augsbourg de 1530

Bible:

 

 

Le Monde de l'Ancien Testament 
Commentaire Sur Miché 
Le Monde du Nouveau Testament 
Les Miracles de Christ 
Les Paraboles du Seigneur 
Commentaire de Paul aux Philippiens 
Commentaire Sur l'Apocalypse

Doctrine:

 

 

Petite Dogmatique Luthérienne 
Le Sacrement Du Baptême 
Le Sacrement De La Sainte Cène 
Symbolique Luthérienne: Églises, Communautés et Sectes 
L'Islam 
Le Mouvement Charismatique 
Doctrine De l'Écriture 
Manuel de Doctrine Chrétienne

Liturgie:

 

 

Introduction à la Liturgie Lutherienne 
Tableaux des lectures Bibliques pour les dimanches et les fêtes (tirés du document ci-haut)
                (NOUVEAU! Tableaux mis à jour et corrigés!) 
        Série "A" (Matthieu) (2004-2005) PDF 
        Série "B" (Marc) (2005-2006) PDF 
        Série "C" (Luc) (2006-2007) PDF 
        Série "A" (Matthieu) (2007-2008) PDF 
        Fêtes à dates fixes et autres fêtes (perpetuel) PDF 
Liturgie du Culte Dominical 
Liturgie des Matines -- Édition "demi-page" PDF 
"Te Deum Laudamus" selon Martin Luther PDF 
        (avec notation musicale) 
Litanie sur le Notre Pere PDF 
        (basée sur le texte du Petit Catéchisme)

Pastoral

 

Cure d'Ame 
Pierres Vivantes et Gérants Fidèles 
Pastorale du Mariage
 

Documents Audio

 

 

La Loi et l'Evangile (Revue Bonne Nouvelle 11) RealAudio 
Nouveau! Émission Radio Lumière sur le Chemin MP3 (Lien externe)
 

Outil de recherche: 


 

 
(Service offert gratuitemnet par Google.ca)
 
 
INDICATIONS:
 
 

Pour chercher une phrase, l'entourer de guillemets, par ex. "moyens de grâce".  Pour des recherches plus complexes, on peut ajouter plusieurs termes et expressions;  l'outil présentera les pages qui contiennent tous les éléments qu'on lui a demandé de chercher.

 


NOTE: ACCENTS, CÉDILLES: L'outil de recherche ne sait pas qu'un "é" est parfois rendu en majuscule "É", d'autres fois tout simplement "E".  Lors d'une recherche, essayez donc des variations avec et sans accents, cédilles, etc., puisque certains textes contiennent des majuscules accentuées, mais la grande majorité non.  Cependant, sans accents, on ne retrouvera que les occasions en majuscules.

 


NOTE: FORMES D'UN SEUL MOT: L'outil de recherche ne sait pas que les differentes formes d'un mot viennent du meme terme.  Il faudra donc chercher "luthérien" et ensuite répéter la recherche avec "luthérienne" pour trouver tout ce qu'on cherche...

 
 
 
 
 
Questions? commentaires?  Vous pouvez rejoindre le bibliothécaire-virtuel à: davem@citenet.net, 

ou via la page de réponse de l'église où il est le pasteur.
Bonne lecture, et que le Seigneur soit avec vous!
(à jour le 4 fevrier, 2018)
 
 
 
 


Notre site-mêre:  www.egliselutherienne.org

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08/02/2019

Bibliothèque en ligne d'oeuvres de théologie luthériennes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bibliothèque en ligne d'oeuvres de théologie luthériennes

La Sainte Bible (documents et liens externes)

 

Louis Segond (par mot-clé
Bible de Semeur (par mot-clé
Version Créole (Haitien) de la Bible (par mot-clé)Nouveau Testament lue à haute voix RealAudio (incomplet)

NOUVEAU! Pour accéder à d'autres versions de la Bible: 
The Unbound Bible en français 

Confessions de foi luthériennes

 

Le Petit Catechisme de Martin Luther 
La Confession d'Augsbourg de 1530

Bible:

 

Le Monde de l'Ancien Testament 
Commentaire Sur Miché 
Le Monde du Nouveau Testament 
Les Miracles de Christ 
Les Paraboles du Seigneur 
Commentaire de Paul aux Philippiens 
Commentaire Sur l'Apocalypse
Doctrine
Petite Dogmatique Luthérienne 
Le Sacrement Du Baptême 
Le Sacrement De La Sainte Cène 
Symbolique Luthérienne: Églises, Communautés et Sectes 
L'Islam 
Le Mouvement Charismatique 
Doctrine De l'Écriture 
Manuel de Doctrine Chrétienne
Liturgie
Introduction à la Liturgie Lutherienne 
Tableaux des lectures Bibliques pour les dimanches et les fêtes (tirés du document ci-haut)
                (NOUVEAU! Tableaux mis à jour et corrigés!) 
        Série "A" (Matthieu) (2004-2005) PDF 
        Série "B" (Marc) (2005-2006) PDF 
        Série "C" (Luc) (2006-2007) PDF 
        Série "A" (Matthieu) (2007-2008) PDF 
        Fêtes à dates fixes et autres fêtes (perpetuel) PDF 
Liturgie du Culte Dominical 
Liturgie des Matines -- Édition "demi-page" PDF 
"Te Deum Laudamus" selon Martin Luther PDF 
        (avec notation musicale) 
Litanie sur le Notre Pere PDF 
        (basée sur le texte du Petit Catéchisme)
Pastoral
Cure d'Ame 
Pierres Vivantes et Gérants Fidèles 
Pastorale du Mariage

Documents Audio

 

La Loi et l'Evangile (Revue Bonne Nouvelle 11) RealAudio 
Nouveau! Émission Radio Lumière sur le Chemin MP3 (Lien externe)

Outil de recherche: 

 

 

 


 

 
(Service offert gratuitemnet par Google.ca)
 
 
INDICATIONS

Pour chercher une phrase, l'entourer de guillemets, par ex. "moyens de grâce".  Pour des recherches plus complexes, on peut ajouter plusieurs termes et expressions;  l'outil présentera les pages qui contiennent tous les éléments qu'on lui a demandé de chercher.
NOTE: ACCENTS, CÉDILLES: L'outil de recherche ne sait pas qu'un "é" est parfois rendu en majuscule "É", d'autres fois tout simplement "E".  Lors d'une recherche, essayez donc des variations avec et sans accents, cédilles, etc., puisque certains textes contiennent des majuscules accentuées, mais la grande majorité non.  Cependant, sans accents, on ne retrouvera que les occasions en majuscules.

 


NOTE: FORMES D'UN SEUL MOT: L'outil de recherche ne sait pas que les differentes formes d'un mot viennent du meme terme.  Il faudra donc chercher "luthérien" et ensuite répéter la recherche avec "luthérienne" pour trouver tout ce qu'on cherche...

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Questions? commentaires?  Vous pouvez rejoindre le bibliothécaire-virtuel à: davem@citenet.net, 

ou via la page de réponse de l'église où il est le pasteur.
Bonne lecture, et que le Seigneur soit avec vous!
(à jour le 4septembre, 2018)
 
 
 


Notre site-mêre:  www.egliselutherienne.org

 

 
 
 

 

 

                                                       

 

09:09 Publié dans Formation | Lien permanent | Commentaires (0)

26/10/2018

Bibliothèque en ligne d'oeuvres de théologie luthériennes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bibliothèque en ligne d'oeuvres de théologie luthériennes

La Sainte Bible (documents et liens externes)

 

 

 

Louis Segond (par mot-clé
Bible de Semeur (par mot-clé
Version Créole (Haitien) de la Bible (par mot-clé)Nouveau Testament lue à haute voix RealAudio (incomplet)

NOUVEAU! Pour accéder à d'autres versions de la Bible: 
The Unbound Bible en français 

Confessions de foi luthériennes:

 

 

Le Petit Catechisme de Martin Luther 
La Confession d'Augsbourg de 1530

Bible:

 

 

Le Monde de l'Ancien Testament 
Commentaire Sur Miché 
Le Monde du Nouveau Testament 
Les Miracles de Christ 
Les Paraboles du Seigneur 
Commentaire de Paul aux Philippiens 
Commentaire Sur l'Apocalypse

Doctrine:

 

 

Petite Dogmatique Luthérienne 
Le Sacrement Du Baptême 
Le Sacrement De La Sainte Cène 
Symbolique Luthérienne: Églises, Communautés et Sectes 
L'Islam 
Le Mouvement Charismatique 
Doctrine De l'Écriture 
Manuel de Doctrine Chrétienne

Liturgie:

 

 

Introduction à la Liturgie Lutherienne 
Tableaux des lectures Bibliques pour les dimanches et les fêtes (tirés du document ci-haut)
                (NOUVEAU! Tableaux mis à jour et corrigés!) 
        Série "A" (Matthieu) (2004-2005) PDF 
        Série "B" (Marc) (2005-2006) PDF 
        Série "C" (Luc) (2006-2007) PDF 
        Série "A" (Matthieu) (2007-2008) PDF 
        Fêtes à dates fixes et autres fêtes (perpetuel) PDF 
Liturgie du Culte Dominical 
Liturgie des Matines -- Édition "demi-page" PDF 
"Te Deum Laudamus" selon Martin Luther PDF 
        (avec notation musicale) 
Litanie sur le Notre Pere PDF 
        (basée sur le texte du Petit Catéchisme)

Pastoral

 

Cure d'Ame 
Pierres Vivantes et Gérants Fidèles 
Pastorale du Mariage
 

Documents Audio

 

 

La Loi et l'Evangile (Revue Bonne Nouvelle 11) RealAudio 
Nouveau! Émission Radio Lumière sur le Chemin MP3 (Lien externe)
 

Outil de recherche: 


 

 
(Service offert gratuitemnet par Google.ca)
 
 
INDICATIONS:
 
 

Pour chercher une phrase, l'entourer de guillemets, par ex. "moyens de grâce".  Pour des recherches plus complexes, on peut ajouter plusieurs termes et expressions;  l'outil présentera les pages qui contiennent tous les éléments qu'on lui a demandé de chercher.

 


NOTE: ACCENTS, CÉDILLES: L'outil de recherche ne sait pas qu'un "é" est parfois rendu en majuscule "É", d'autres fois tout simplement "E".  Lors d'une recherche, essayez donc des variations avec et sans accents, cédilles, etc., puisque certains textes contiennent des majuscules accentuées, mais la grande majorité non.  Cependant, sans accents, on ne retrouvera que les occasions en majuscules.

 


NOTE: FORMES D'UN SEUL MOT: L'outil de recherche ne sait pas que les differentes formes d'un mot viennent du meme terme.  Il faudra donc chercher "luthérien" et ensuite répéter la recherche avec "luthérienne" pour trouver tout ce qu'on cherche...

 
 
 
 
 
Questions? commentaires?  Vous pouvez rejoindre le bibliothécaire-virtuel à: davem@citenet.net, 

ou via la page de réponse de l'église où il est le pasteur.
Bonne lecture, et que le Seigneur soit avec vous!
(à jour le 4 fevrier, 2018)
 
 
 
 


Notre site-mêre:  www.egliselutherienne.org

 

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