Reformed But Ever Reforming: Sermons in Relation to the Celebration of the Handing Over of the Augsburg Confession (1830) (Schleiermacher Studies & Tr

Reformed But Ever Reforming: Sermons in Relation to the Celebration of the Handing Over of the Augsburg Confession (1830) (Schleiermacher Studies & Tr

By: Friedrich D. E. Schleiermacher (author), Iain G. Nicol (translator), Iain G. Nichol (translator), Iain G. Nicol (contributor)Hardback

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A sermonic trestise regarding confession of faith within the German Evangelical Church. The text is both critical and affirming of the Ausburg Confession (handed to Emperor Charles V in 1530), and is a companion volume to an ethical sermonic treatise on The Christian Household.

Contents

Admonition concerning self-induced servitude; on the handing-over of the confession as giving an account for the ground of hope; the relationship of Evangelical faith to the law; on righteousness based on faith; on the sacrifice of Christ that makes perfect; exhortation to confess our sins; on the public ministry of the Word of God; on the condemnation in our confession of those who believe differently; that we have nothing to teach regarding the wrath of God; on the goal toward which the effort of the Evangelical Church is directed.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773484849
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 216
  • ID: 9780773484849
  • ISBN10: 0773484841
  • translations: German

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