Confessing the Faith explores the implications of the fact that Lutherans have always viewed themselves as “confessional,” and thus “confessing.” The bold confessions serve as a model and an inspiration for all contemporary Christians who likewise want to proclaim the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.
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“Out of this conviction arose their belief that the faith must be confessed publicly. They believed that the Word continues to exercise its power as believers take the Word from the pages of Scripture to apply and confess it in specific situations.” (Page 134)
“Luther’s scholastic education had trained him to assert ideas publicly and to contrast them with the ideas of others.” (Page 25)
“To be human is to confess,’ Arthur C. Cochrane has commented” (Page 15)