This useful guide offers a critical appraisal of a theological movement within the church catholic. The authors, a church historian and a systematic...
First published in 1983, Principles of Lutheran Theology has guided students into theological reflection on the landmarks of Christian faith as understood in...
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...
In Part I, Braaten assesses Luther's view of justification and its subsequent interpretation by orthodoxy, by Calvin, by Ritschl and Harnack, by Tillich, and...
The common stereotype is that the Reformers separated public and private morality and were indifferent to the ethical import of social structures and...
This new edition of a standard text describes lucidly and comprehensively the "classical Protestant faith" with the help of illustrations drawn from...
In this early work from "one of the defining theologians of American Lutheranism" (James Arne Nestingen, Dialog), Gerhard O. Forde provides a...
Martin Luther composed the Smalcald Articles in 1536. They include a confession of ancient trinitarian doctrine as well as Luther's teaching on Christ's atoning...
This useful and insightful volume aims to illustrate, espouse, and renew the discipline of doctrinal theology, particularly as exemplified historically by...
Robert W. Jenson is a leading American Lutheran theologian. He has taught at many institutions, including Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, the Lutheran Seminary...
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