In True Christianity, German Lutheran theologian Johann Arndt calls Christians to exhibit a “true, living, and active faith, which manifests itself in genuine godliness and the fruits of righteousness.” Arndt draws attention to Christ’s life in his people, writing that Christians are called to lead both an internal and external Christian life. First published in the early 1600s, this work is regarded by many as the foundation for all subsequent devotional books—both Catholic and Protestant. This edition is an English translation of the four-book German-language True Christianity, originally published in 1609.
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- Foundational devotional book
- Timeless teachings and meditations on active faith
- Practical applications to modern Christian living
- Title: True Christianity
- Author: Johann Arndt
- Editor: Charles F. Schaeffer
- Translator: A. W. Boehm
- Edition: New American
- Publisher: Smith, English, & Co.
- Publication Date: 1868
- Pages: 558
About Johann Arndt
Johann Arndt (December 27, 1555–May 11, 1621) was a German Lutheran theologian. He is best known for his influential Christian devotional works.