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Apologetic Lectures on the Moral Truths of Christianity
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Apologetic Lectures on the Moral Truths of Christianity

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Overview

This collection of lectures written and given by Christoph E. Luthardt revolves around the theme of Christian ethics, morality, and the activity of the Christian life. Luthardt demonstrates decades of teaching higher-level ethics and theology in these lectures, as he presents a timeless and quotable reference for orthodox Christian teaching.

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Table of Contents

  • Lecture I: The Nature of Christian Morality
  • Lecture II: Man
  • Lecture III: The Christian and the Christian Virtues
  • Lecture IV: The Devotional Life of the Christian and the Attitude towards the Church
  • Lecture V: Christian Marriage
  • Lecture VI: The Christian Home
  • Lecture VII: The State and Christianity
  • Lecture VIII: The Life of the Christian in the State
  • Lecture IX: Culture and Christianity
  • Lecture X: Humanity and Christianity

Product Details

  • Title: Apologetic Lectures on the Moral Truths of Christianity
  • Author: Christoph Ernst Luthardt
  • Translator: Sophia Taylor
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1873
  • Pages: 415
  • Christian Group: Lutheran
  • Resource Type: Lectures

About Christoph Ernst Luthardt

Christoph Ernst Luthardt (1823–1902) was a German Lutheran theologian from Bavaria. After studying theology at Erlangen and Berlin, he was appointed professor of systematic theology and New Testament exegesis at Leipzig. He was strictly orthodox in his interpretive style, widely recognized for his confrontational apologetic lectures and writings, which defended against the atheistic explanation of a material-only universe. He was a voluminous writer belonging to the Erlangen school of Lutheran theologians. He wrote Apologetic Lectures on the Fundamental Truths of Christianity, Apologetic Lectures on the Saving Truths of Christianity, Apologetic Lectures on the Moral Truths of Christianity, St. John the Author of the Fourth Gospel, History of Christian Ethics, and a number of books not translated into English, including the widely read and referenced Compendium der Dogmatik.