Series: Lutheran Quarterly Books

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Bound Choice, Election, And Wittenberg Theological Method: From Martin Luther To The Formula Of Concord (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Robert Kolb
The Captivation of the Will: Luther Vs. Erasmus on Freedom and Bondage (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Gerhard O. Forde
A Formula for Parish Practice: Using the Formula of Concord in Congregations (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Timothy J. Wengert
Harvesting Martin Luther's Reflections on Theology, Ethics, and the Church (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Timothy J. Wengert
Living by Faith: Justification and Sanctification (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Oswald Bayer
Luther's Liturgical Music: Principles and Implications (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Robin A. Leaver
A More Radical Gospel: Essays on Eschatology, Authority, Atonement, and Ecumenism (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Gerhard O. Forde
The Preached God: Proclamation in Word and Sacrament (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Gerhard O. Forde
The Role of Justification in Contemporary Theology (Lutheran Quarterly Books) by Mark C. Mattes
Theology the Lutheran Way by Oswald Bayer

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