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Evangelical Lutheran Catechism

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In the popular question-and-answer format, the Evangelical Lutheran Catechism has answered questions about the specifics of the faith of the Evangelical Lutheran Church for more than 100 years. Samuel Schmucker, a preeminent theologian in nineteenth-century Evangelical Lutheran theology, provides theological teaching which is still referenced in the teachings of evangelical Lutheran synods today. Trace Lutheran thought back through the centuries using Schmucker’s catechism as a starting point.

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  • Comprehensive treatment of the beliefs of Evangelical Lutherans
  • Question-and-answer catechism format
  • Introduction
  • Natural Religion
  • Scriptures
  • Decalogue and Lord’s Prayer
  • The Apsotles’s Creed
  • Of God
  • Decrees and Providence of God
  • Creation
  • Nature and Primitive State of Man
  • Law of God
  • Fall and Depravity of Man
  • Plan of Salvation
  • Means of Grace
  • Prayer
  • Gospel Call
  • The Great Change; Regeneration or Conversion
  • Justification
  • Sanctification
  • The Church
  • Sacraments
  • Baptism
  • Confirmation
  • Lord’s Supper
  • Civil Government
  • Death
  • Resurrection
  • Judgment and Eternity
  • Ecclesiastical Festivals
  • Title: Evangelical Lutheran Catechism
  • Author: Samuel Simon Schmucker
  • Edition: 10th
  • Publisher: Lutheran Board of Publication
  • Publication Date: 1871
  • Pages: 124

Samuel Simon Schmucker (February 28, 1799–July 26, 1873) was a German-American Lutheran pastor and theologian. He was integral to the founding of the Lutheran church body known as the General Synod, as well as the oldest continuously-operating Lutheran seminary and college in North America. Later in his career, Schmucker became a controversial figure because of his theological positions, in particular his approach to the Lutheran Confessions.


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