The Theological Commonplaces series is the most significant theological work of Lutheran orthodoxy after the Reformation and remains a classic of Lutheran theology. With skill and precision, Johann Gerhard sets forth the Christian faith from Scripture in dialogue with the Church Fathers, medieval theology, Luther, and a multitude of contemporary theologians.
Each hardback volume features:
- The English translation of Gerhard’s Loci Theologici
(originally published 1610–25).
- Glossary of key theological, rhetorical, and philosophical terms.
- Name and Scripture indexes.
- Carefully researched list of works cited, which presents guidance for deciphering the numerous abbreviations of the other titles from which Gerhard quotes.
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Latest Release: On Sin and Free Choice
Including the commonplaces On Original Sin, On Actual Sins, and On Free Choice, this volume is notable in opposing “decision theology,” in which one’s conversion and salvation depend ultimately on human choice.
|On the Gospel and Repentance
|On Interpreting Scripture; Method of Theological Study
About Johann Gerhard
Johann Gerhard (October 17, 1582–August 17, 1637) is remembered as the “Archtheologian of Lutheranism.” Gerhard was the most influential of the seventeenth-century Lutheran theologians. He decisively influenced Protestant theologians to study the evangelical (i.e., Gospel-centered) character of the pre-Reformation Christianity.