2-4 Scripture & Authority in the Church (PDF)

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2-4 Scripture & Authority in the Church (PDF)


Reformation 1993: Volume 2, Number 4


“Inerrancy”—The oJmoouvsion of Our Time
By John R. Stephenson

The Church and the Word of God
By Hermann Sasse, Translated by Matthew Harrison

Luther on Verbal Inspiration: A Critical Review
By Tom G.A. Hardt

A Call for Manuscripts

The Word as Means of Grace
By Leiv Aalen, Translated by Charles J. Evanson

Confessional Lutheranism versus Philippistic Conservatism
By Erling T. Teigen

Interim Theology and Confessional Integrity
By William E. Thompson

Declining Denominational Loyalty
By Ken Schurb

Gender Considerations on the Pastoral Office: In Light of 1 Corinthians 14:33-36 and 1 Timothy 2:8-14
By Robert W. Schaibley


  • Robert D. Preus: A Correction and Some Comments
  • Leigh Jordahl: Angels
  • Bjarne Teigen Responds
  • John S. Bruss: Ephesians 2:10 and Sanctification


Review Essay: META-CHURCH and Its Implications for a Confessional Lutheran Church
Prepare Your Church for the Future

By Carl George

Lutherans in Crisis: The Question of Identity in the American Republic
By David Gustafson

Patriarchal Politics and Christoph Kress 1484-1535
By Jonathan W. Zophy

Luther and Liberation
By Walter Altmann

The Doctrine of the Call in the Confessions and Lutheran Orthodoxy
By Robert D. Preus


  • A Broken Net
  • The Means for Mission
  • The Church Enters the Cola Wars
  • A Devil in the Pulpit
  • Open Communion as Ex Opere Operato
  • The Ministry: Professional or Confessional?
  • A New Gospel Dynamic
  • Outmoded Condemnations?
  • Theses on Open Questions
  • Lutheran Hymnal, Jr.
  • Empty Hearing
  • God’s Service to Us
  • From Mega to Meta
  • Bedside Manners
  • Surfing the Internet
  • England Divided  
  • Scripture and Confession
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