Item description for Loci Theologici, Part 1 (Chemnitz's Works) by Martin Chemnitz & Jacob A. O. Preus...
Overview This extensive theological overview is a commentary on Melanchthon's Loci Communes by the chief author of the Formula of Concord. Drawing on Lutheran tradition, Chemnitz explores all the major theological categories, as well as topics such as the Trinity creation revenge poverty grace and justification mortal and venial sin sacraments Includes a detailed index.
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Studio: Concordia Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.4" Height: 1.7" Weight: 2.1 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2009
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Series Chemnitzs Works
Series Number 7
ISBN 0758615469 ISBN13 9780758615466
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More About Martin Chemnitz & Jacob A. O. Preus
Martin Chemnitz was born in 1522 and died in 1586.
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Confessional Lutherans MUST own this book Nov 4, 1999
This book is a required text in a Systematic Theology class at Concordia Theological Seminary taught by Dr. William Weinrich called "God and Creation". Chemnitz's loci on the Trinity is expounded with much credit to the Church Fathers, especially Augustine and John of Damascus. It is for this section alone that makes it worth your purchase. Please also note that this is not a full translation of the Latin Loci (e.g. the Lord's Supper is not included; buy Preus' translation of Chemnitz's "The Lord's Supper" to read a wonderful exposition on the Lutheran understanding of the Eucharist with much support from the Fathers as well as Blessed Martin Luther). This book is a must-buy for any man who desires the holy preaching office or a lay person who wishes to understand orthodox Lutheran dogma.