We must also lessen the number of theological books, and choose the best; for it is not the number of books that make the learned man; nor much reading, but good books often read, however few, make a man learned in the Scriptures and pious. – Martin Luther

The Burning Of The Old Lutheran Church by Charles Krauth

The Burning Of The Old Lutheran Church by Charles Krauth

Dr. Krauth:

“To the blessed Three, the Undivided One, they reared this house…It is consecrated…to our Evangelical Religion only. They did not simply say, We consecrate it to religion, (though that would have been enough if none were in error as to what religion is,) for even the Pagan calls his dark superstition religion; not simply ‘to the Christian religion,’ for the Mormon calls his beastly materialism the Christian religion; but they used that definite term which placed their meaning beyond question, just as they found it necessary amid the “gods many and lords many,” to say not simply ‘to God,’ but to ‘the one God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.’

Download the E-book

PDF

MOBI (Kindle)

EPUB (Apple, Kobo)

download

If the links fail to work on your device, send a request to: editor at lutheranlibrary dot org



Ed.

Finds and restores good Christian books from the past for the future

Enter your email below to be notified when new books are released