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Category Archives: Lutheranism
Luther’s Augustinian Theology of the Cross, by Marco Barone with foreword by David J. Engelsma. Resource Publications, Eugene, OR. 2017. 141 pp. For first thirty years of my life I was a member of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. … Continue reading
“We preach faith, and any person not willfully resisting obtains faith.” – C.F.W. Walther, The Proper Distinction Between the Law and Gospel, p. 15. Lutheranism is neither Calvinistic nor Arminian. But what is it? There are at least three soteriological … Continue reading
Soteriology:Theodicy: This first graph is the Lutheran view of soteriology (as it has taken me years to pry out of them). They believe there are three major soteriological teachings of Scripture (“Christ died for all”, “Not all will be saved”, … Continue reading
Introduction Calvinism and Arminianism are commonly presented as the only two options regarding soteriology, the doctrine of salvation. Either 1) Jesus’ death sufficiently atoned for the sins of a specific number of people elected by God to salvation (as in … Continue reading