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Redeeming the Gospel: The Christian Faith Reconsidered (Studies in…

by David Brondos

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For many people today, the Christian gospel as traditionally articulated has become irrelevant and meaningless. This, combined with developments in biblical scholarship and Christian thought since the time of the Protestant Reformation, makes it necessary to rethink our understanding and conceptualization of the gospel. Redeeming the Gospel examines the central themes traditionally associated with Lutheran theology, including especially law and gospel, the work of Christ, and the doctrine of justification by grace through faith, in order to deconstruct and reconstruct our understanding of the gospel so that it may be proclaimed in a way that responds to the needs and concerns of our world today while nevertheless remaining grounded in biblical teaching.

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