Between Wittenberg and Geneva

Lutheran and Reformed Theology in Conversation

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Robert Kolb, Carl R. Trueman
  • Ada, MI: 
    Baker Academic
    , October
     2017.
     272 pages.
     $26.99.
     Paperback.
    ISBN
    9780801049811.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.

Description

At the 500th anniversary of the Wittenberg Reformation, two highly regarded scholars compare and contrast the history and theological positions of the Reformed and Lutheran traditions. The authors tackle nine theological topics significant for the life of the church that remain a source of division between the two traditions. The book helps readers evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the Reformed and Lutheran approaches to presenting the biblical message and invites honest, irenic, and open dialogue within the Protestant family.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Robert Kolb is Mission professor of systematic theology emeritus at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books, including The Genius of Luther's Theology, Luther and the Stories of God, Martin Luther: Confessor of the Faith, and The Christian Faith: A Lutheran Exposition. Kolb is also coeditor of The Book of Concord (2000 translation). He has lectured at more than forty educational institutions on five continents and at many ecclesiastical gatherings. Since 1996 he has been Gastdozent at the Lutherische Theologische Hochschule in Oberursel, Germany.

Carl R. Trueman is Paul Woolley Professor of church history and chair of the department at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. For the 2017-2018 academic year, he is serving as the William E. Simon Visiting fellow in religion and public life in the James Madison Program at Princeton University. He has written more than a dozen books, including Grace Alone--Salvation as a Gift of God, The Creedal Imperative, and Luther's Legacy: Salvation and the English Reformers, 1525-1556. He also writes online regularly at firstthings.com.

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