Rolf Jacobson joined the Luther Seminary faculty as assistant professor of Old Testament in July 2003. Prior to joining the seminary, he taught at Augsburg College, Minneapolis, as an assistant professor of religion. Jacobson earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn. in 1987. He holds a master of divinity degree from Luther Seminary (1991) and a doctor of philosophy degree from  Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, N.J. (2000). His teaching interests include the Psalms, Old Testament prophets, biblical poetry, biblical theology, and biblical narrative. He emphasizes that the purpose of a biblical text is not just for preaching or teaching, although these are crucial functions. He says the Scriptures must also be used in pastoral care, personal spiritual growth, and for the shaping of Christian mission and theology. In addition, it can also function as a catalyst for change and growth within a congregation.


Dwelling E5 – The Pillar of Trust

Series: Dwelling and Indwelling, Episode: 5, Featured Guest: Rolf Jacobson, Pneuma Divina Passage: Isaiah 36: 1-3, 13-20, 37: 1-7

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