Everything a leader needs to pull off the course in one book. Humor included.
This powerful book of passages from Martin Luther's Easter sermons portrays the reformer's lasting thoughts on faith, human imperfection, salvation through...
This book explores the dynamics of ecclesial and liturgical theology, examining the body of Christ in action.
God is up to something! God is on a mission to save and bless the world, and God calls the church to be part of this mission. That means getting focused,...
Born in controversy and raised in university settings, the Lutheran reform movement was embroiled immediately, publicly, and perennially in theological...
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Lutherans have a well-developed understanding of justification by grace through faith apart from works. It is the hallmark of their common history and the key...
A concise commentary, highly useful as an accompaniment to the reading of the Augsburg Confession itself. All who are interested in the doctrinal traditions...
The 55-volume set of Luther's Works, a monumental translation project published jointly by Fortress Press and Concordia Publishing House in 1957, is singular...
Disagreement on ethical issues overlays a lack of consensus today on even deeper issues of method and authority in ethics. Yet a major ecumenical resource and...
Is there a distinctive Lutheran ethical stance? What does this deep and robust religious tradition have to say to today's dilemmas in personal and social...
Martin Luther's catechisms 3 the Small Catechism in 1528-29, and the Large Catechism in spring 1529 responded in part to "the deplorable,...
This book about Luther's theology is written out of a two-fold conviction. First, that many of our problems have arisen because we have not really understood...
Luther Refracted speaks to the currency that Luther’s life and thought continue to enjoy in today’s Christian reflection. The contributors, representing a variety of Christian denominations, demonstrate Luther’s impact on their own traditions and, together with the Lutheran respondents, encourage a fresh understanding of the Reformer.
In this lively and engaging new history, Granquist brings to light not only the institutions that Lutherans founded and sustained but the people that lived within them. This shows the complete story—not only the policies and the politics, but the piety and the practical experiences of the Lutheran men and women who lived and worked in the American context.
Eric Gritsch's unique and ambitious work, the first-ever attempt at a history of global Lutheranism, is now in a new edition. In a clear, nontechnical way,...
The first major biography of Martin Luther in English in many years, Luther: Out of the Storm responds to recent Reformation scholarship to assess Luther's...
In this small gem of Reformation research, Peter Matheson offers a rich view of the Reformation as it appeared in pamphlets and sermons, woodcuts and...
Despite their near-scriptural status, the Lutheran Confessions are not widely used in Lutheran circles, the authors believe, because presentation of them has...
The young Luther emerges in this volume in his role of reformer. We follow him through his early years of clarifying his evangelical doctrines and relive...
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