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The Development of the Formula of Concord

This blog post is adapted from The Formula of Concord: The Epitome and Solid DeclarationRead below to learn about the development of the Formula of Concord in Lutheran history.

The Debate That Summoned the Council of Jerusalem

The Book of Acts contains the prodigious account of Paul’s missionary journeys around Europe and Asia Minor. These journeys allowed Christianity to spread to places where it had never been before. After Paul’s first mission, he and Barnabas traveled to Jerusalem to speak on an issue that had been plaguing their converts. Would Gentiles, those who had not been converts to Judaism, have to be circumcised and uphold the Law of Moses be Christians?

The Second Luther: Nikolaus von Amsdorf

This post is an excerpt adapted from Nikolaus von Amsdorf: Champion of Martin Luther’s Reformation, a new edition of Robert Kolb’s biography about this important Reformation figure.

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