The Conservative Reformation And Its Theology
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The Conservative Reformation and Its Theology provide the definitive nineteenth-century statement of the unique theological identity of confessional Lutheranism as researched and explicated by one of the era's greatest theologians.
Collecting and supplementing articles he had written over two decades, Krauth offers his mature thoughts on the nature of the Reformation, the question of Lutheran identity, the relationship of the Lutheran Church to the broader Christian tradition, and more.
This edition features a new introduction that addresses the historical context of Krauth's work.
Excellent reading for pastors, seminarians, and church leaders.