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Lutheran Pastor's Desk Diary 2016 By Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary
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A desk diary containing space for service planning and pastoral record-keeping, containing the lectionaries of the major Lutheran churches in Canada (LCC, ELCIC, and WELS), one-year and three-year... More > series, including Revised Common Lectionary. Produced by Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.< Less
Doctrinal Theology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church By Heinrich Schmid
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The definitive collection of the doctrinal teachings of the Evangelical-Lutheran theologians of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Doctrinal Theology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church By Heinrich Schmid
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The definitive collection of the doctrinal teachings of the Evangelical-Lutheran theologians of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Five Types of Lutheran Confessional Theology By Erik Samuelson
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This book briefly examines the history of the understanding and use of the Lutheran Confessions as they have made their way into the Lutheran Churches in America and then outlines a tool called... More > “the confessional spectrum” in which the various confessional methods are placed in relation to one another. On the confessional spectrum five “types” or “models” for Lutheran confessional theology are laid out through examination of the theological writings of five theologians: David Preus, James Nestingen, David Truemper, The Finnish Luther Scholars, and Marcus Borg—as well as the further investigation of one of the types through the writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.< Less
Five Types of Lutheran Confessional Theology By Erik Samuelson
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This book briefly examines the history of the understanding and use of the Lutheran Confessions as they have made their way into the Lutheran Churches in America and then outlines a tool called... More > “the confessional spectrum” in which the various confessional methods are placed in relation to one another. On the confessional spectrum five “types” or “models” for Lutheran confessional theology are laid out through examination of the theological writings of five theologians: David Preus, James Nestingen, David Truemper, The Finnish Luther Scholars, and Marcus Borg—as well as the further investigation of one of the types through the writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.< Less
Queerly Lutheran By Megan Rohrer
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A unique combination of sermons, essays and storytelling, Queerly Lutheran provocatively examines the roots of Lutheran tradition and delivers Good News to Lutherans of all sexual orientations and... More > gender identities. Using the sex life of Martin Luther as a model, Queerly Lutheran invites readers and the contemporary church to reexamine our past and work towards a more welcoming future. This text includes an Extraordinary Prayer Calendar for congregations and individuals who would like to include queer saints (past and present) to their prayer life.< Less
Confessions of a Lutheran By Kenneth Kelly Jr.
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A collection of essays and sermons that range in subject matter from the prostitute on the corner to a series of Lenten sermons. The work also examines the curse of mental illness and depression from... More > a very frank point of view.< Less
Confessions of a Lutheran By Kenneth Kelly Jr.
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A collection of essays and sermons that range in subject matter from the prostitute on the corner to a series of Lenten sermons. The work also examines the curse of mental illness and depression from... More > a very frank point of view.< Less
The Lutheran Movement in England By H. E. Jacobs
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Jacobs is famous for his translation of the Book of Concord in the late 19th century, but this professor at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia was much more than a translator. This is a... More > fascinating look at the close relationship between the Lutherans and the English Reformers in the sixteenth century which gives insight for today's ecumenical discussions.< Less
The Lutheran Movement in England By H. E. Jacobs
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Jacobs is famous for his translation of the Book of Concord in the late 19th century, but this professor at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia was much more than a translator. This is a... More > fascinating look at the close relationship between the Lutherans and the English Reformers in the sixteenth century which gives insight for today's ecumenical discussions.< Less