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Thus Sasse begins nearly thirty years of correspondence with Lutheran pastors in Australia, the United States, and around the world on topics as varied as the nature of the Sacraments or of the Church, mission, church history, the nature of Scripture, ecumenical issues (especially unification efforts in the Lutheran Church and world Christianity), and much more. Each letter reflects Sasse s passionate commitment to the building up of the Church of Christ on earth and to the Lutheran Confessions.
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Hermann Sasse (1895 1976) was trained at the University of Berlin under such well-known theologians as Harnack and Deissmann. During a study year in the United States, Sasse discovered the writings of Wilhelm Löhe and returned to Europe a convinced confessional Lutheran. In this faith he persisted, despite great difficulties, as a professor of theology at the University of Erlangen and at Immanuel Seminary (later renamed Luther Seminary), North Adelaide, Australia.Review:
"In this remarkable collection of letters . . . we meet . . . a historian with a breadth of learning, a thologian of thorough biblical knowledge, a churchman of wisdom, and a pastor of caring words." --Ronald R. Feuerhahn
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Book Description Concordia Publishing, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110758641559