Lutheranism


The Book of Concord: The Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church
The Bondage of the Will
The Genius of Luther's Theology: A Wittenberg Way of Thinking for the Contemporary Church
Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther
The Spirituality of the Cross
On Being a Theologian of the Cross: Reflections on Luther's Heidelberg Disputation, 1518
Small Catechism, with Explanation
The Cost of Discipleship
The Theology of Martin Luther
The Lutheran Handbook II
The Proper Distinction Between Law and Gospel
Hammer of God
Opening the Book of Faith: Lutheran Insights for Bible Study
Where God Meets Man
Captivation of the Will: Luther Vs. Erasmus on Freedom and Bondage


Nadia Bolz-Weber
The movement in our relationship to God is always from God to us. Always. We can't, through our piety or goodness, move closer to God. God is always coming near to us. Most especially in the Eucharist and in the stranger.
Nadia Bolz-Weber, Pastrix: The Cranky, Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint

C.F.W. Walther
Here is where most preachers make their mistake. They are afraid that by preaching the gospel too clearly, it will be their fault if people lapse into sin. They imagine that the gospel is food for the carnal-minded. True enough, to many the gospel does become the smell of death unto death, but that is not the fault of the Gospel. That happens only because men do not accept -do not believe-the Gospel. Faith is not merely thinking, "I believe." Your whole heart must be seized by the gospel and com ...more
C.F.W. Walther, Law & Gospel: How to Read and Apply the Bible: A Reader's Edition

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