11-4 Wittenberg & Geneva (PDF)

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11-4 Wittenberg & Geneva (PDF)


Vol. 11, No. 4, Reformation 2002

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Union and Confession (March 1934)
Hermann Sasse
Translated by Gerald S. Krispin

The Person of Christ as Confessed by the Session
Albert B. Collver III

Justification by Grace through Faith: Do Wittenberg and Geneva See Eye to Eye?
Armand J. Boehme

Justification for the Dead? Tensions Between Joint Declaration of the Doctrine of Justification and Mass for the Dead
Carl E. Rockrohr

Early and Late Luther: A Calvinist Perspective on Luther’s Evolution
Shane Rosenthal


REVIEW ESSAY: Confession and Mission,Word and Sacrament: The Ecclesial Theology ofWilhelm Löhe. By David C. Ratke. Review by Klaus Detlev Schulz

Baptism. By David P. Scaer. Review by David Saar

Law, Life, and the Living God: The Third Use of the Law in Modern American Lutheranism. By Scott R.Murray. Review by David P. Scaer

Not unto Us: A Celebration of the Ministry of Kurt J. Eggert. Edited by W. H. Braun and V. H. Prange. Review by Daniel Zager

Isaiah 40–66. By John A. Braun. The People’s Bible. Review by Chad L. Bird

Law and Gospel: Philip Melanchthon’s Debate with John Agricola of Eisleben over Poenitentia. By Timothy J. Wengert. Review by Armin Wenz

Scripture and Tradition. Lutherans and Catholics in Dialogue IX. Edited by H. C. Skillrud, J. F. Stafford, and D.F. Martensen. Review by Armin Wenz



The Origin of Indulgences • Credal Hymns • The Idealization of Poverty • Consummatum Est • The LCMS and Syncretism • An Immense Response • Pastor and People • Paedologia • Bonhoeffer’s Vision Statement

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