Concordia Seminary St. Louis student Paul Flo joined us today to talk about his experience with the FASPE Fellowship this summer. FASPE is the Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics.
Flo speaks about how this fellowship delves into the effects of Nazi Germany on vocation and ethics, including how normal people can become complicit to extraordinary levels of evil and violence, as well as the role of pastors during that time. He talks about visiting the sites of where the plans for the concentration camps were hatched, where mass euthanasia was developed, and concentration camps where these plans were carried out, and how those visits impacted his worldview. Find the Concordia Seminary press release about this experience here.
Paul Flo will be on vicarage in the Dominican Republic for the next two years before returning to CSL for his final year of classes. You can read more about his journey and support his efforts at lcms.org/flo.
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