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Chemnitz’s Works (10 vols.)

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Martin Chemnitz’s writing dives deeply into several important theological topics and historical events. Throughout his ten-volume series, find in-depth discussions on the Council of Trent, Loci Theologici, the Two Natures in Christ and more. Chemnitz’s works are appropriate to use for personal study by laity and pastors alike.

  • Explores Lutheran doctrines and distinctives
  • Provides a basis for dialogue between Catholics and Lutherans
  • Shows how the Lutheran Reformation put faith into action and handed down the faith by means of orderly worship, church governance, and education
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Examination of the Council of Trent, vol. 1

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 712

The Examination of the Council of Trent series has been the basis for dialogue between Catholics and Lutherans for centuries. This is the first English translation of Chemnitz’s work, which became the standard Lutheran answer to the claims of Rome as set forth at Trent.

Examination of the Council of Trent, vol. 2

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 784

The Examination of the Council of Trent series has been the basis for dialogue between Catholics and Lutherans for centuries. This is the first English translation of Chemnitz’s work, which became the standard Lutheran answer to the claims of Rome as set forth at Trent.

Examination of the Council of Trent, vol. 3

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 528

The Examination of the Council of Trent series has been the basis for dialogue between Catholics and Lutherans for centuries. This is the first English translation of Chemnitz’s work, which became the standard Lutheran answer to the claims of Rome as set forth at Trent.

Examination of the Council of Trent, vol. 4

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 472

The Examination of the Council of Trent series has been the basis for dialogue between Catholics and Lutherans for centuries. This is the first English translation of Chemnitz’s work, which became the standard Lutheran answer to the claims of Rome as set forth at Trent.

Enchiridion/Lord’s Supper/Lord’s Prayer

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 574

Martin Chemnitz (the “Second Martin”) is credited with solidifying and defining the Reformation movement begun by Martin Luther (the “First Martin”). Chemnitz was a major contributor to the Formula of Concord and is considered to be one of the greatest Lutheran theologians of all time. This volume of Chemnitz’s Works contains three writings of this 16th-century professor, pastor, and church superintendent. It provides the opportunity to learn firsthand from this systematic and pastoral theologian.

The Two Natures in Christ

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 544

This is a translation of Chemnitz’s De Duabus Naturis in Christo, written in 1578. This book concerns the two natures of Christ (the divine and the 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.

Loci Theologici

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 1440

This extensive theological overview is a commentary on Melanchthon’s Loci Communes by the chief author of the Formula of Concord. Drawing on Lutheran tradition, Chemnitz explores all the major theological categories.

Church Order

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 297

The Chemnitz-Andreae Church Order shows not only what those who confessed the Augsburg Confession believed, but how the Lutheran Reformation put that faith into action and handed down the faith by means of orderly worship, church governance, and education. This text is crucial for avoiding misinterpretations of the Lutheran Confessions and the Reformation as a whole. Knowing the actual churchly practice of Formula of Concord chief authors Martin Chemnitz and Jacob Andreae is necessary in order to put their biblical teaching and confession into context. It also may inspire new solutions for the church’s problems regarding Christian education, formation of Christians who stand in their confession against worldly influences, and congregational leadership.

Apology of the Book of Concord

  • Author: Martin Chemnitz
  • Series: Chemnitz’s Works
  • Publisher: Concordia House Publishing
  • Pages: 448

After Martin Luther’s death, many theological issues were addressed in the Book of Concord in 1580. A mere three years later, a defense of the Book of Concord was required in order to refute attacks on the theology presented there—thus the Apology of the Book of Concord was written.

Martin Chemnitz, Timothy Kirchner, and Nicolaus Selnecker prepared this project, clearly presenting the theology of the person of Christ and the Lord’s Supper in addition to defending doctrine.

As Friedrich Bente said, “Alongside the Formula of Concord, there is no other book of that period in which the pure doctrine of the Lord’s Supper, the person of Christ, and original sin, along with related doctrines, is presented so clearly and convincingly and defended against the objections of the false teachers.”

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    $519.99

    Collection value: $649.90
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