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Table Of Contents

Introduction
The Assault
The Legal Scheme
The Great Misunderstood
Four Exegetical Episodes of Lutheran History
Paul’s Letter to the Romans
The Preacher
The Bombshell
Apostolic Preaching
Lutheran Method
The Sermon
That One Word: Iustitia Dei
Contemptum Dei and Odium Sui
The End of the Legal Context
God’s Justice is by Faith (Habakkuk’s Oracle)
Sola fide, gratis, passiva
Deum Justificare (David’s Psalm 51)
Penance and Forgiveness
Protestant Failure
Life Without a Preacher
The Foolishness of Preaching
Teaching God’s Wrath
Fear of God
Paul’s Prosecution of the Ungodly
We Did Not Want Him There: Idolatry
The Second Accusation: The Judge is Also Judged
Third Accusation: This Repugnant Thought
God Preached
There is a Rhubarb
Christ the Preacher and the Preached
Christ the Mercy Seat
Communicatio Idiomatum: Christ Deep in the Flesh
Christ Became Sin
The Astonishing Duel
Faith and Promise
Christ’s Benefits and Their Distribution
Faith
The Promise is Not Like the Law
Reckoning or Imputation
On Being a Theologian of the Cross
God’s Love vs. Human Love
Original Sin
Baptism’s Freedom from Sin
Death and the Two Aeons
Death is Freedom from Sin
Union with Christ’s Death
Baptism and Resurrection
Preaching Baptism
Faith Needs Something to Believe
Freedom from Law
Pugnat Fides
Law Attacks Baptism’s Promise
The Simul: Freedom from Law
If the Law Killed Me, Is the Law Sin?
Antinomians
Wretched Man That I Am
Freedom from Death
The Declaration of Independence
Spiritus Exstinctor et Creator
Favor Dei: Grace and Law, Not Grace and Nature
Prayer: Defiance of Death
The State of the Promise
Using the Promise: Confession and Lament
The Modern Escape from Justification
Israel: Elected and Elector
Predestination as Pastoral Care (Romans 8:29–30)
Christ the End of the Law
Faith Comes by What is Heard (Romans 10:17)
The Fruit of Faith
Faith Active in Love
Paul’s Appeal
Non-cultic Sacrifice
Good Works and the Cross
Faith and Love
The Church
Fanaticism and Ecclesiastical Authority
Temporal Authority and Its Limits
Christ is a Gemellus: Two Kingdoms
The One God’s Two Ways of Ruling
Domination, Withdrawal, or Participation
Participation by Resistance
Romans 14: Faith, Love, and Adiaphora
The Preacher’s Sacrifice
Doctrine and History
Christ’s Mission and Paul’s
The New, and Last, Testament
Notes
Index
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Lutheran Theology

Lutheran Theology

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Published by Diego Morelli
This is an introduction for students and lay readers to doing theology in the Lutheran tradition.
This is an introduction for students and lay readers to doing theology in the Lutheran tradition.

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Published by: Diego Morelli on Apr 01, 2013
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