Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Complete Collection contains all of the content from collections 1-9. This collection provides in-depth background information that will enrich your understanding of the Scriptural message and an informed history of the development of Lutheranism. It also includes detailed material on the confessional writings of the Lutheran church and its stance on these writings; the origin and final form of Lutheran symbols; and analyzes the confessional understanding of the nature, functions, and content of Holy Scripture.
Some of the subjects found in these resources include: other religions and how to witness to their adherents, other denominations, theological movements and concepts, and historical events; information on the doctrinal positions of the LCMS and a systematic study of the doctrines of Scripture; Lutheran christology and Scripture; Law and Gospel; the Word and Sacraments; church ceremonies; pastoral conduct; theological foundations for congregation and laity involvement in church and ministry; the Eucharist; and Lutheran schooling.
Also, get an in-depth and extensive look into Lutheran dogmatics with the Logos Bible Software edition of Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Complete Collection. All Scripture passages are linked to your favorite Bible translation in your library. With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of "reformation" or "Lutheranism."