Volume one is an exhaustive, scholarly study of the age of Lutheran orthodoxy, 1577–1713, in which Lutheran doctrine was developed, systematized, and defended by theologians such as Melanchthon, Chemnitz, Gerhard, Calov, Quenstedt, and others.
Volume two discusses classical contributions to two major articles of faith—the doctrine of God and the doctrine of creation. The author presents a thorough analysis, drawing from the works of dominant theologians of the period from 1577 to 1713, including Chemnitz, Selnecker, Mentzer, Gerhard, Quenstedt, and Hollaz. Because of his focus on doctrine and methodology, Preus is able to give a fair picture of classical Lutheran theology as a whole.
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- Prefaces by the author
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: The Theology of Post-Reformation Lutheranism
- Author: Robert D. Preus
- Publisher: Concordia
- Publication Date: 1970, 1972
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 634