| Dr. Robert Preus said he loved Quenstedt's style so much|
that he wanted to name a son "Quenstedt."
A Lutheran Out West:
Various Formats - The Error of Missouri
H. Schmid - Doctrinal Theology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church
Text Version of Doctrinal Theology - Perfect for Copy and Paste
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Another PDF of Doctrinal Theology
| One ELS pastor thought this graphic was misleading,|
because the Calvinist translator Woods used these words
to explain Knapp. The point of this graphic is to show that
the beloved terms Subjective Justification and Objective
Justification came from Pietism and Calvinism -
not Luther, not the Concordists, not the orthodox Lutherans.
I was quite clear about this in 2010 and thereafter.
Here is precise information about Knapp and Woods from 2008.
What is the real issue? That ELCA-WELS-LCMS-ELS-CLC (sic) leaders teach the cowardly Universalism of rationalist Pietism, against the Justification by Faith of -
- The Scriptures
- Luther - especially the Galatians Lectures, commended by the BoC.
- Chemnitz and his fellow editors of the Book of Concord
- Gerhard, who worked to complete Chemntiz Harmony
- Calov, whose Bible commentary was treasured by Bach
- Missouri's 1905 German catechism
- Gausewitz' catechism, and
- Dr. Robert Preus' Justification and Rome.
As I wrote to Out West, he is asking the wrong questions. The UOJ advocates start with their own man-made traditions and filter everything through those traditions. Americans are looking for doctrinal clarity from the Word of God, but their next ridiculous conference is about Walther (UOJ), Koren (Norwegian Pietist), and Hoenecke (Halle University graduate, mentored by a Universalist - Tholuck).
Sure, the Great Walther was a real Luther, teaching Halle Pietism and sailing to America with a kidnapped niece and nephew, not to mention a bishop without a college degree and the bishop's mistress next door.
| Webber mentioned the Galatians Lectures in his|
error-filled rant, but he has never shown any knowledge of the content of that book.