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The Two Natures in Christ



This is a translation of Chemnitz’s De Duabus Naturis in Christo, written in 1578. The book concerns the two natures of Christ (divine and human), their hypostatic union and the communication of their attributes and related questions. It shows that the Christology of the Lutheran reformers is that of Scripture, the ancient church fathers, and the creeds.

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  • Preface by the translator
  • Dedicatory epistle
  • Subject and name index
  • Title: The Two Natures in Christ
  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Translator: J. A. O. Preus
  • Publisher: Concordia
  • Publication Date: 1971
  • Pages: 534

Martin Chemnitz (November 9, 1522–April 8, 1586) was an eminent second-generation Lutheran theologian, reformer, churchman, and confessor. In the Lutheran tradition he is known as Alter Martinus, the “Second Martin”: Si Martinus non fuisset, Martinus vix stetisset (“If Martin had not come along, Martin would hardly have survived”) goes a common saying concerning him.


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