Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Ecclesia Augustana Is a Good Read

This stained glass window honors the Augsburg Confession -
Confessio Augustana

Emperor Charles V, with his jutting Hapsburg jaw,
called the Imperial Diet of Augsburg.
Muslim troubles kept him from destroying nascent Lutheran doctrine.
Some younger men started the Ecclesia Augustana blog. They have not linked my humble URL, but I can forgive them.

They produce good posts, time after time.

The Augsburg Confession is an eloquent expression of Biblical doctrine, and the Apology of the Augsburg Confession contains a wonderful expansion on justification by faith.

No one should enter the debate without a thorough knowledge of both, since Luther and the Concordists considered themselves "theologians of the Augsburg Confession."

As I understand it, the men writing the blog have not entered seminary, but they have more to say than the pompous DPs of the SynCons. Apparently the SynCon seminaries have a corrosive effect on the brain, worsened by years of luxury and revenge in the DP's office.




"But I thought the Chief Article was UOJ!
Eight years of WELs education down the drain."

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