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Which Predestination: Reformed or Lutheran by Lenski and Stellhorn

Which Predestination: Reformed or Lutheran by Lenski and Stellhorn

This short booklet describes in outline form the differences between the Lutheran and Reformed understandings of election and predestination.

Contents (35 pages)

Introduction to the Original [1892] Edition
1 What Is Predestination?
2 What Has God Regarded In Election?
3 What Is The Relation Especially Of Faith To Election?
4 In What Sense Does The Formula Of Concord Speak Of Election?
5 Is Man’s Conversion And Salvation In Every Sense Independent Of His Conduct?
6 May We Speak Of Man’s Decision Or “Self-determination” In Conversion?
7 What Is The Difference Between The Lutheran And The Reformed Doctrine Of Election?
8 How Must The Doctrine Of The Dogmaticians Of The Seventeenth Century Be Regarded?
9 How Is The Doctrine Of Modern Missouri To Be Regarded?
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