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Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 3 (6 vols.)

by 6 authors Lochhaas, Philip H., Kolb, Erwin J., Hahn, Ernest, Hägglund, Bengt, Manteufel, Thomas, Leuker, Erwin L.

Concordia Publishing House 1968–2000

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Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 3 (6 vols.)
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Overview

This collection of resources provides the user with a reference library that will likely provide information concerning any religious subject about which the user may have questions. Subjects include other religions and how to witness to their adherents, other denominations, theological movements and concepts, and historical events.

Key Features

  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes
  • Additional readings for further study

Individual Titles

Christian Cyclopedia

  • Editor: Erwin L. Lueker
  • Publication Date: 2000

The Christian Cyclopedia will give your family information on these topics and countless others.

Each entry gives you a short article of information on the topic you’ve selected. Plus, the extensive cross references and bibliographies included in many of the entries will give you the help you need for further study.

You and your family will find the Christian Cyclopedia one of the most valuable editions to your home library that you’ll ever own!

History of Theology

  • Author: Bengt Hägglund
  • Translator: Gene Lund
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 425

This book traces the movements and counter-movements of theological thought through the centuries from the New Testament to the present. This work is divided in three parts:

  • Part 1 addresses the age of the church fathers
  • Part 2 covers the Middle Ages from Augustine to Luther
  • Part 3 moves from the Reformation to the mid-20th century

Churches in America

  • Author: Thomas Manteufel
  • Editor: Arnold E. Schmidt
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 90

Sunday School classes often have students from different religious backgrounds. This text helps teachers become familiar with churches in the United States, explore what they believe, and compare them to the Lutheran Church.

How to Respond: Muslims

  • Author: Ernest Hahn
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 63

Islam is the fastest growing religious movement in the U.S. today. This book answers common questions including:

  • “Who is Mohammed?”
  • “How did Islam develop worldwide?”
  • “How do Muslims view Jesus Christ?”

The explanation of Islamic faith and cultural expressions is a helpful tool for Christians seeking to share the Gospel with Muslims.

How to Respond to the Eastern Religions

  • Author: Philip Lochhaas
  • Publication Date: 1979
  • Pages 31

How to Respond to the Eastern Religions provides some basic material to help Christians understand the beliefs and teachings of major Eastern religions.

How to Respond: Judaism

  • Author: Erwin J. Kolb
  • Publication Date: 1995

This book outlines what Judaism is, what it teaches, and how it compares to Christianity. It explains the three branches of Judaism and how we can counter anti-Semitism. As readers discover the centrality of Christ in the Old and New Testaments, they are prepared to witness to Jews with genuine love and eagerness.

Product Details

  • Title: Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 3
  • Publisher: Concordia
  • Volumes: 6