12-4 Wittenberg & Canterbury (PDF)

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12-4 Wittenberg & Canterbury (PDF)

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Vol. 12, No. 4, Reformation 2003

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ARTICLES

"The Henrician Reformation and the Anglo-Lutheran Dialogues of 1535-1540" by Korey D.Maas

"'But We've Always Done It That Way!': Wittenberg and Canterbury on Tradition" by Armand Boehme

"You Taught the Book of Life My Name: Johann Gerhard, George Herbert, and the Inscription of Holy Baptism" by Erik Ankerberg

"The Ordination of Women Pastors" by David P. Scaer

"Closed Communion, Sin, and Salvation" by Piotyr J.Malysz

REVIEWS

REVIEW ESSAY: Gifts That Differ: Lay Ministries Established and Unestablished. By David N. Power. Review by Armand J. Boehme

The Justification Reader. By Thomas C. Oden. Review by Klaus Detlev Schulz

The Forgotten God. Edited by A. Andrew Das and Frank Matera. Review by Peter Scaer

Revelation and the End of All Things. By Craig R. Koester. Review by Charles A. Gieschen

Matthias Flacius and the Survival of Luther's Reform. By Oliver K. Olson. Review by Dean M. Bell

The Theology of the Cross for the Twenty-First Century: Signposts for a Multicultural Witness. Edited by A. L. Garc'a and A. R.V. Raj. Review by Holger Sonntag

The Resurrection of the Son of God. By N. T. Wright. Review by Jack D. Kilcrease III

The Defense Never Rests: A Lawyer's Quest for the Gospel. Craig A. Parton. Review by Harold L. Senkbeil

LOGIA FORUM

The Lutheran Church in Great Britain --- It Was Not So --- The Black Rubric --- Autodidaktoi --- Cambridge Declaration --- Consubstantiation and Impanation --- Flawed Vessels --- He Keeps Coming

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