C.F.W. Walther





C.F.W. Walther

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born
in Germany
October 25, 1811

died
May 07, 1887

gender
male


About this author

Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm Walther was the first President of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod and its most influential theologian. He is commemorated by that church on its Calendar of Saints on May 7.


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More books by C.F.W. Walther…
“A true Lutheran relies on God’s Word and would not worry about it even if the whole world mocked and despised him for it. He does not consider the world an authority in religious matters. He rests his faith on higher authority:”
C.F.W. Walther, Law & Gospel: How to Read and Apply the Bible

“Precision in matters of Christian doctrine is a hallmark of confessional Lutheranism, all for the sake of the Gospel.”
C.F.W. Walther, The Church and the Office of the Ministry

“I hope you have had spiritual experiences that have taught you that the only source of comfort when you are afflicted is the Word of God. Only it assures you of your salvation.”
C.F.W. Walther, Law & Gospel: How to Read and Apply the Bible