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“Modern religious liberalism has really only one dogma and consequently knows just one heresy… From this viewpoint a person is …

“…Even after the Seminary was established at Gettysburg, systematic and sustained, but covert, attack upon the Symbolical Books …

In 1893 an attempt was made by liberal elements in the General Synod to remove Dr. Luther Gotwald from Wittenberg Seminary. He was said …

“What are ‘fundamental doctrines,’ or ‘fundamental Articles of Faith’?… Every intelligent Christian feels …

“The life of so distinguished a servant of God as Melanchthon deserves to be better known to the general reader than it actually …

This Week With Luther’s Small Catechism

A Weekly Series On The Basics of Evangelical Christianity

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“I am the Lord thy God… Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness …

“I am the Lord thy God… Thou shalt, Thou shalt not.” — Exodus 20:2-4. Wherever we go in God’s universe, into …

“I am the Lord thy God.” — Exodus 20:2. Our Catechism is appropriately called the Layman’s Bible, which means that …

“What is truth?“— St. John 18:38. Sanctify them through Thy truth; Thy word is truth.” — St. John 17:17. The first …

Biographical Sketches of Lutheran Ministers

From Charles Krauth’s Evangelical Review and other sources.

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“The first Lutheran minister, ordained in this country to preach the gospel.” John Nicolas Kurtz was born in Lutzelinden, …

His life was devoted to the acquisition of knowledge. The church has always associated with Dr. Lochman’s name that of Dr. …

“Dr. Lochman, so widely and favorably known in the Lutheran church, was born in the city of Philadelphia, December 2, 1773. His …

The transition from Dr. Helmuth to his intimate friend and colleague is very natural. Dr. Schmidt would, perhaps, have never abandoned …

The memory of those who have been eminently useful in the church of God, should be cherished, and their virtues transmitted to …

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