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NOW AVAILABLE: On Sin and Free Choice Includes 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. August 2015: On the Law This volume is notable for its comprehensive moral theology, structured upon(...)

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In commemoration of Johann Gerhard and to celebrate the release of the newest volume in the Theological Commonplaces series, we are pleased to offer one lucky winner a free copy of On Sin and Free Choice.  “Gerhard’s Loci is the greatest doctrinal text in the entire history of Lutheranism. By putting these splendid volumes in the(...)

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Johann Gerhard (1582–1637) is considered by many as the third preeminent theologian of the Lutheran Reformation, following Martin Luther and Martin Chemnitz. In his magisterial Theological Commonplaces, he systematically, skillfully, and precisely presents the doctrines of the Christian faith, arguing against the positions of Roman Catholics (as represented by Robert Bellarmine) and the Reformed (as(...)

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The “fight” between science and faith is not new. We are thankful for scientific advances that improve life and answer questions about our physical world. Yet science does not hold all the answers and can lead people far afield as they pursue “truth” and a measure of contentment. Faith and Science in a Skeptical Age was(...)

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In 1878, C.F.W. Walther began a series of lectures to the students of Concordia Seminary on thirteen theses about Law and Gospel. Because of the popularity of the presentation, Walther presented a second, expanded, lecture series in 1884–85 on twenty-five theses. In 1929, the notes of the second lecture series were printed in translation by(...)

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