Lutheran History Collection (4 vols.)
Emerging from the heart of the Reformation, the Lutheran denomination, with its rich theological history, has had a significant influence on Christian thought. Its deep German roots gave it the theological and literary backbone it needed to produce high-caliber seminaries, schools, and formal church education programs. As the denomination and its influence grew, many Lutheran theologians found their writings in high demand, and German-Lutheran writers frequently had their works translated or reproduced in multiple languages. Represented here in the Lutheran History Collection are four volumes that were specifically designed to increase knowledge of the Lutheran faith and share with English-speaking ministers the theological treasures being discovered in Germany.
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- Historical Lutheran texts written by leading Lutheran scholars
- German theological texts in translation
- In-depth analysis of American Lutheranism
- Discussions and biographies of key Lutheran figures
- A Brief History of the Lutheran Church in America by Juergen Ludwig Neve
- Internal History of German Protestantism by Karl Friedrich August Kahnis
- Missionary Heroes of the Lutheran Church edited by Luther Benaiah Wolf
- The American Lutheran Church: Historically, Doctrinally, and Practically Delineated by Samuel Simon Schmucker
- Title: Lutheran History Collection
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 1,327