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by Benjamin T. G. Mayes,Johann Gerhard

eBook On the Nature of Theology and on Scripture (Theological Commonplaces: Exegesis) epub
  • ISBN: 0758615124
  • Author: Benjamin T. G. Mayes,Johann Gerhard
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Protestantism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Concordia Publishing House (January 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 606 pages
  • ePUB size: 1844 kb
  • FB2 size 1321 kb
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This is my first taste of Johann Gerhard, a 17th Century Lutheran Theologian, and I quite enjoyed this book

This is my first taste of Johann Gerhard, a 17th Century Lutheran Theologian, and I quite enjoyed this book. CPH continues to do a marvellous job of translating older works into a good readable modern English.

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Exegesis I, On the Nature of Theology and on Scripture, 2nd e. This volume, the first part of Johann Gerhard’s commonplace On the Ecclesiastical Ministry deals especially with ministers of the church: their necessity, call, ordination, transfer, removal, and the like.

Exegesis I, On the Nature of Theology and on Scripture, 2nd ed. Exegesis II–III, On the Nature of God and on the Trinity. Exegesis IV, On Christ. Commonplace XXV, On the Church.

The series includes these two volumes: On the Nature of Theology and on Scripture and On the Nature of God and on the Trinity.

His depth of insight, comprehensive attention to details, and biblical faithfulness shine forth in the Theological Commonplaces with particular brilliance. n the many facets of his work, Gerhard represents all that was good in Lutheranism before the Enlightenment. The series includes these two volumes: On the Nature of Theology and on Scripture and On the Nature of God and on the Trinity.

Published May 2006 by Concordia Publishing House.

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The Theological Commonplaces series is the first-ever English translation of Johann Gerhard's monumental .

The Theological Commonplaces series is the first-ever English translation of Johann Gerhard's monumental Loci Theologici. Gerhard was the premier Lutheran theologian of the early seventeenth century. Combining his profound understanding of evangelical Lutheran theology with a broad interest in ethics and culture, he produced significant works on biblical, doctrinal, pastoral, and devotional theology.

Theological commonplaces. Personal Name: Gerhard, Johann, 1582-1637. Uniform Title: On the nature of theology and Holy Scripture. Theological commonplaces.

Theological commonplaces Uniform Title: On the nature of theology and Holy Scripture. Library of Congress Control Number: 2009502251.

Theological Commonplaces: Exegesis, or A More Copious Explanation of Certain . ISBN 978-0-7586-1867-2.

ISBN 978-0-7586-1512-1.

Theological Commonplaces: Exegesis, or A More Copious Explanation of Certain Articles of the Christian Religion (1625): On the Nature of Theology and on Scripture, rev. e. translated by Richard J. Dinda.

The Theological Commonplaces series is the first-ever English translation of Johann Gerhard's monumental Loci Theologici. Gerhard was the premier Lutheran theologian of the early seventeenth century. Combining his profound understanding of evangelical Lutheran theology with a broad interest in ethics and culture, he produced significant works on biblical, doctrinal, pastoral, and devotional theology. Gerhard interacts with the writings of the church fathers, Luther and his contemporaries, and the Catholic and Calvinist theologians of his day. His Loci are regarded as the standard compendium of Lutheran orthodoxy, with topics ranging from the proper understanding and interpretation of Scripture to eschatology. In this first volume (of Seventeen) of the Theological Commonplaces series, Gerhard presents a brief introduction on the nature of theology, then addresses the source of all Lutheran doctrineHoly Scripture. In 28 chapters, Gerhard explores the efficient cause of Scripture, the subject matter of Holy Writ, offers specific treatment of each canonical and apocryphal book of the Bible, and discussed inspiration of Scripture. Finally, Gerhard offers insight on versions of Holy Scripture and its interpretation. Useful for research on Lutheran doctrine, Gerhard's accessible style makes this a must-have on the bookshelf of pastors and professional church workers.
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