Lutheran Theological Review volume 22

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The latest volume of Lutheran Theological Review has arrived from the printers and will be in the mail to all pastors in Lutheran Church-Canada (and other subscribers) shortly. The journal is jointly produced by Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catharines, and Concordia Lutheran Seminary, Edmonton. Volume 22 includes a study produced by Professor William Mundt on sabbatical, as well as other writings of Canadian and international Lutherans:

  • Richard A. Beinert: The Meaning and Practice of Conversion: A Comparison of Calvin’s and Luther’s Theologies
  • William F. Mundt: Saving the Gypsy Soul
  • Jody A. Rinas: The Imprecatory Psalms
  • John R. Stephenson (trans.): August Pfeiffer’s First Sermon on the Office of the Gospel
  • Armin Wenz: Mission and Confession
  • Kurt A. Lantz: They Come Cringing (Psalm 66:1-7)

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