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God's No and God's Yes: The Proper Distinction Between Law and Gospel
This is a student transcript of CFW Walther's Friday evening "Luther Hour" lectures delivered between 9/2/1884 and 11/6/1885. Walther felt it his duty not only to make clear to his students the meaning of the doctrines of the Sacred Scriptures, but also "to talk the doctrine into their hearts" so that as pastors they would be able to "come forward as living witnesses with...more
Paperback, 118 pages
Published January 1st 1973 by Concordia Publishing House
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God’s No and God’s Yes is a summary of Walther’s lengthier book entitled Law and Gospel. Originally delivered as a series of 39 lectures in the late 1800′s, this summary of a timeless work deals with how to properly divide law and gospel in all preaching and teaching in the church. Laid out in a series of theses, the author shows how improperly emphasizing one or the other can lead souls to hell rather than to Christ.