The Lutheran Church is a deeply confessional tradition rooted in both formal confessions and catechisms. This classic text, edited by leading early-twentieth-century Lutheran scholar Henry Eyster Jacobs, is a compendium of the major symbolical works of the Lutheran Church. Translated from German, this volume presents the Lutheran faith as it is understood and obseved by Lutherans all over the world and is valuable both as both a research tool as well as a pedagogical tool for individuals, classes, and churches.
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