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Lutheran Confessions Collection (3 vols.)

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Northwestern Publishing House 1994–2017

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Overview

The Lutheran Confessions Collection (3 vols.) examines the most important creeds and confessions of the Lutheran church and places such documents within their appropriate historical, political, and doctrinal context. Topics covered include human traditions in the church, political order, excommunication, baptism, and the sacraments. Those interested in the Reformation, Reformed theology, and the Lutheran church will find this collection invaluable.

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Key Features

  • Seeks to draw readers and students into a deeper study of the confessions
  • Helps the reader connect varying doctrines to one another
  • Provides both commentary and exposition

Product Details

Individual Titles

Outline of the Book of Concord

  • Author: Lyle W. Lange
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House Books
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 136

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

The book Outline of the Book of Concord is a detailed and expanded outline of the Lutheran Confessions. Intended to draw readers deeper into the confessions, the book serves as a handy tool for locating precisely where specific doctrines are treated and for following the line of thought in the various articles within it.

Lyle W. Lange was an ordained Lutheran minister and professor of Christian doctrine and Old Testament history. He authored God So Loved the World and edited numerous titles.

Studies in the Augsburg Confession

  • Author: John P. Meyer
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House Books
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 356

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

The book Studies in the Augsburg Confession is a commentary on the chief confession of the Lutheran church. It discusses the historical background and doctrinal content of each of the 28 articles. This volume features the full text of the Augsburg Confession from the English translation of the Concordia Triglotta published in 1921.

John P. Meyer was a professor of Old and New Testament at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary for 44 years, 16 of which he concurrently served as President. He was the author of more than 250 articles in the Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly and the author of several books. Professor Meyer died on November 10, 1964 at the age of 91. Two weeks before his death, he preached his last sermon at St. Marcus in Milwaukee where he had been the pulpit assistant for 37 years.

Studies in the Smalcald Articles

  • Author: John P. Meyer
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House Books
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Pages: 261

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

This professional-level exposition of the Smalcald Articles, a key Lutheran confession, is the fruit of extensive research and years of service in God’s kingdom by Professor John Meyer (1873-1964). It discusses the historical background of this confession and the doctrinal content of each article in rigorous detail. The volume compiles Meyer’s writings on the subject, which were originally published in The Northwestern Lutheran (now Forward in Christ) during the 1960s. The text of the Smalcald Articles is the English translation contained in the Concordia Triglotta (1921).

John P. Meyer was a professor of Old and New Testament at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary for 44 years, 16 of which he concurrently served as President. He was the author of more than 250 articles in the Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly and the author of several books. Professor Meyer died on November 10, 1964 at the age of 91. Two weeks before his death, he preached his last sermon at St. Marcus in Milwaukee where he had been the pulpit assistant for 37 years.