Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions
Nothing is more important than clearly confessing and bearing witness to the truths of God’s Holy Word which reveal the glorious Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This is what the Book of Concord is all about. This edition of the Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions will instruct, inspire, and educate all who use it and help them learn what it means to be, and to remain, a genuinely confessing Lutheran Christian.
Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions is a remarkable achievement in Lutheran publishing. In 800 pages, the reader will find helpful introductions, insightful notes and annotations, and helpful tools and guides to aid reading and comprehension. The dramatic history and heroic persons associated with the various documents in the Lutheran Confessions are brought to life. The second edition offers several significant improvements.
The Book of Concord is the authoritative collection of the Lutheran Church’s statements of faith. It contains documents which Lutheran Christians have used since the sixteenth century to explain, defend, and advance their witness to the truth of God’s Word.
- A summary of the nature and meaning of the Church’s commitment to the Lutheran Confessions
- New essays in the introduction which provide an overview of the textual issues and history of the Lutheran Confessions
- Enhanced page layout features and design elements
- An expanded timeline and general index
- Title: Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions
- Editors: Paul Timothy McCain, Edward Andrew Engelbrecht, Robert Cleveland Baker, and Gene Edward Veith
- Edition: 2nd
- Publisher: Concordia
- Publication Date: 2005
- Pages: 800