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Letters to Lutheran Pastors

Letters to Lutheran Pastors Author Hermann Sasse
ISBN-10 0758641559
Release 2014-01-03
Pages 464
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Thus Sasse begins nearly thirty years of correspondence with Lutheran pastors in Australia, the United States, and around the world on topics as varied as the nature of the Sacraments or of the Church, mission, church history, the nature of Scripture, ecumenical issues (especially unification efforts in the Lutheran Church and world Christianity), and much more. Each letter reflects Sasses passionate commitment to the building up of the Church of Christ on earth and to the Lutheran Confessions.



Letters and Papers from Prison

Letters and Papers from Prison Author Dietrich Bonhoeffer
ISBN-10 9781506402758
Release 2015-11-01
Pages 614
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Despite Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s earlier theological achievements and writings, it was his correspondence and notes from prison that electrified the postwar world six years after his death in 1945. The materials gathered and selected by his friend Eberhard Bethge in Letters and Papers from Prison not only brought Bonhoeffer to a wide and appreciative readership, especially in North America, they also introduced to a broad readership his novel and exciting ideas of religionless Christianity, his open and honest theological appraisal of Christian doctrines, and his sturdy, if sorely tried, faith in face of uncertainty and doubt. This splendid volume, in some ways the capstone of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, presents the full array of Bonhoeffer’s 1943–1945 prison letters and theological writings. Using the acclaimed DBWE translation, adapted to a more accessible format, this new edition features supplemental material from Victoria J. Barnett and an insightful introduction by John W. de Gruchy to clarify the theological meaning and social importance of Bonhoeffer’s prison writings.



The Lonely Way 1927 1939

The Lonely Way  1927 1939 Author Hermann Sasse
ISBN-10 0570016401
Release 2002-01
Pages 488
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Essays and letters by Sasse written between 1927 and 1939 create a $$$ of a pastoral theologian.



Dietrich Bonhoeffer s Letters and Papers from Prison

Dietrich Bonhoeffer s  Letters and Papers from Prison Author Martin E Marty
ISBN-10 1400838037
Release 2011-02-07
Pages 296
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For fascination, influence, inspiration, and controversy, Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Letters and Papers from Prison is unmatched by any other book of Christian reflection written in the twentieth century. A Lutheran pastor and theologian, Bonhoeffer spent two years in Nazi prisons before being executed at age thirty-nine, just a month before the German surrender, for his role in the plot to kill Hitler. The posthumous Letters and Papers from Prison has had a tremendous impact on both Christian and secular thought since it was first published in 1951, and has helped establish Bonhoeffer's reputation as one of the most important Protestant thinkers of the twentieth century. In this, the first history of the book's remarkable global career, National Book Award-winning author Martin Marty tells how and why Letters and Papers from Prison has been read and used in such dramatically different ways, from the cold war to today. In his late letters, Bonhoeffer raised tantalizing questions about the role of Christianity and the church in an increasingly secular world. Marty tells the story of how, in the 1960s and the following decades, these provocative ideas stirred a wide range of thinkers and activists, including civil rights and antiapartheid campaigners, "death-of-God" theologians, and East German Marxists. In the process of tracing the eventful and contested history of Bonhoeffer's book, Marty provides a compelling new perspective on religious and secular life in the postwar era.



Luther

Luther Author Martin Luther
ISBN-10 1258140071
Release 2011-10-01
Pages 362
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From The Library Of Christian Classics, V18. Additional Editors Include John T. McNeill And Henry P. Van Dusen.



Lutheran Theology

Lutheran Theology Author Steven D. Paulson
ISBN-10 9780567646651
Release 2011-02-10
Pages 304
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This title offers an introduction for students and lay readers to doing theology in the Lutheran tradition. Lutheran theology found its source, and so its name in Martin Luther in the 16th century. The theology that emerged identified two essential matters for the relationship between humans and God, the law and the gospel. It made a simple but extremely unusual and controversial claim - that it was not the law that made a person right before God's final judgment, but the gospel of Christ's death on the cross for sinners. This book will lay out the implications of having all theology, and so all that can be said of God, humans and creation confessed and delivered in two parts: I, the sinner; and God, the justifier. Doing Theology introduces the major Christian traditions and their way of theological reflection. These volumes focus on the origins of a particular theological tradition, its foundations, key concepts, eminent thinkers and historical development. The series is aimed readers who want to learn more about their own theological heritage and identity: theology undergraduates, students in ministerial training and church study groups.



Of Good Comfort

Of Good Comfort Author Stephen Pietsch
ISBN-10 9781925486490
Release 2016-08-31
Pages 336
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‘This is a feast for theologians, historians and Christian counselors. Pietsch examines 21 of Luther’s “letters of comfort” to explore Luther’s pastoral care for souls suffering with depression. Pietsch uses interdisciplinary tools of inquiry artfully to examine the letters, Luther’s pastoral care approaches and the history of the “melancholy tradition”. The practice of seelsorge emerges as an amalgam of art, spiritual gift, and understanding of affliction, all resting comfortably within the authority of scripture and the Lutheran Confessions. Pietsch’s volume is a significant contribution to spiritual care literature, underscoring the conviction of the early church that individual soul care is an essential response to serve those who despair. Offering pivotal pastoral care insights that are often lost, discredited or entirely absent in the work of caring for those who suffer with depression, Pietsch concludes that Luther has given us excellent tools to examine, learn and to teach as we assist souls to find hope, strength and healing in the gospel of Jesus Christ.’ Professor Beverly Yahnke Concordia University Wisconsin Executive Director of Christian Counsel, Doxology Lutheran Centre for Spiritual Care and Counsel



Letters from a Pastor s Heart

Letters from a Pastor s Heart Author Matthew C. Harrison
ISBN-10 0758656963
Release 2016
Pages 162
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What does it mean to be pastoral? Throughout his twenty-five years immersed in congregational life and the inner workings of the The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison learned a humbling thing or two about ministering to the people of God. Being a pastor always comes back to being a shepherd-loving the souls surrounding you and leading by conviction of God's Word of truth. This collection of pastoral letters penned by Rev. Harrison is a window into the heart of a man who cares deeply about the spread of the Gospel and the pastors and church members who do just that on a daily basis. A majority of these letters are taken from The Lutheran Witness articles featured in the "from the president" section, issues September 2010-April 2016.



The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to The Romans

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to The Romans Author Ruth Rendell
ISBN-10 9780857861085
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 48
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Paul was the most influential figure in the early Christian church. In this epistle, written to the founders of the church in Rome, he sets out some of his ideas on the importance of faith in overcoming mankind's innate sinfulness and in obtaining redemption. With an introduction by Ruth Rendell



Lutherans in America

Lutherans in America Author Mark Granquist
ISBN-10 9781451472288
Release 2015
Pages 388
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In this lively and engaging new history, Granquist brings to light not only the institutions that Lutherans founded and sustained but the people that lived within them. This shows the complete story--not only the policies and the politics, but the piety and the practical experiences of the Lutheran men and women who lived and worked in the American context. Bringing the story all the way to the present day, Granquist ably covers the full range of Lutheran expressions, bringing order and clarity to a complex and vibrant tradition.



The Pastor at Prayer

The Pastor at Prayer Author George Kraus
ISBN-10 0570030730
Release 1983-01-01
Pages 240
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A devotional resource designed specifically for pastors to strengthen them in their ministry, providing basic readings and a framework for daily prayer and meditation on God's Word.



Luther

Luther Author Martin Luther
ISBN-10 1573830925
Release 2003
Pages 368
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Martin Luther is often thought of as a world-shaking figure who defied papacy and empire to introduce a reformation in the teaching, worship, organization, and life of the Church. Sometimes it is forgotten that he was also a pastor and shepherd of souls. Collected in this volume are Luther's letters of spiritual counsel, which he offered to his contemporaries in the midst of sickness, death, persecution, imprisonment, famine, and political instability. For Luther, spiritual counsel was about establishing, nurturing, and strengthening faith. Freshly translated from the original German and Latin, the letters shed light on the fascinating relationship between his pastoral counsel and his theology. Theodore G. Tappert taught Church History at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He also translated Pia Desideria by Philip Jacob Spener and The Book of Concord: The Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.



Reject Aeneas Accept Pius

Reject Aeneas  Accept Pius Author Pope Pius II
ISBN-10 9780813214429
Release 2006
Pages 435
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Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini (1405-1464, elected Pope Pius II in 1458) was an important and enigmatic figure of the Renaissance as well as one of the most prolific writers and gifted stylists ever to occupy the papacy



The Letters of Sidney and Beatrice Webb Volume 1 Apprenticeships 1873 1892

The Letters of Sidney and Beatrice Webb  Volume 1  Apprenticeships 1873 1892 Author Norman Mackenzie
ISBN-10 0521084954
Release 2008-10-14
Pages 476
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A collection of the Webbs correspondence.



The Annotated Luther Volume 2

The Annotated Luther  Volume 2 Author Kirsi I. Stjerna
ISBN-10 9781451465112
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 528
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This volume contains a number of the writings categorized under the theme word and faith. Writings in the volume range from core documents Bondage of the Will, Against the Heavenly Prophets, The Smalcald Articles, and Large Catechism to Luther’s own Confession of Faith and treatments of Moses, the Gospels, and Two Kinds of Righteousness. Each volume in The Annotated Luther series contains new introductions, annotations, illustrations, and notes to help shed light on Luther’s context and interpret his writings for today.



Rememb ring Our Time and Work is the Lords

 Rememb ring Our Time and Work is the Lords Author Karen Guenther
ISBN-10 1575910934
Release 2005
Pages 251
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Pennsylvania's role in the development of American culture and society has received an increasing amount of attention in the past two decades, as the tercentenary celebrations of the founding of the province led to a reexamination of the colony and state's contributions to the ethnic and religious diversity of modern America. With increasing pluralism, however, the religious group that was most prominent in the establishment of the province - the Society of Friends, or Quakers - declined in its impact and importance.



Luther s Works

Luther s Works Author Martin Luther
ISBN-10 0570064260
Release 1962-06-01
Pages 492
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Luther s Works has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Luther s Works also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Luther s Works book for free.