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This valuable tool enables students and other readers to understand the chronological and theological development of the Lutheran confessional heritage. With lucid introductions and helpful conclusions about the historical development of each issue, this electronic apparatus facilitates tracing the relationships of the chief documents and the development of the Reformers' thinking not only chronologically but also by the twenty-eight key topics of the Augsburg Confession. Included in the collection are the Schwabach Articles, the Marburg Articles, the Torgau Articles, Eck's 404 Articles (selections), the Augsburg Confession itself, the Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, and the 1537 Smalcald Articles.
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Gordon S. (Tim) Huffman Jr. is the John H. F. Kuder Professor of Christian Mission and editor of Trinity Seminary Review at Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, where he teaches Systematic Theology, Mission and the Lutheran Confessions.Review:
"Confessional commitment, ecclesiastical identity and scholarly expertise characterize this concise, yet incisive, analysis of the historical setting and theological content of the Lutheran Confessions in light of contemporary scholarship. The volume serves as a valuable companion to the Book of Concord, and it will be a welcome resource for all students of the Lutheran confessional documents, both in the parish and in an academic setting." --Kurt K. Hendel, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
"In this volume, Arand, Nestingen, and Kolb, as internationally recognized premier scholars of the Lutheran Confessions, bring the harvest of the past quarter century research into the hands of readers. As they give a detailed historical account of the fascinating stories behind The Book of Concord with their own theological insight, readers will be drawn not only into the content but even more importantly into the mind of the Confessions and the way in which they taught and confessed Jesus Christ. The Lutheran Confessions: History and Theology of the Book of Concord will make a remarkable and lasting contribution to a new generation of students, scholars, and pastors, and assist them in confessing Christ in the twenty-first century America and the world." --Naomichi Masaki; Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana
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