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Lutheran DNA: Testing the Augsburg Confession in the Parish

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by James G. Cobb
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Lutheran DNA: Testing the Augsburg Confession in the Parish by James G. Cobb

Lutheran DNA takes the Reformation's Augsburg Confession of 1530 and asks whether parish issues today continue to find expression through the lens of this historic writing. The Augsburg Confession is named in Lutheran churches as a clear expression of Christian belief and practice. How is it so today? Stories, illustrations, and reflections flow out of this parish pastor's experiences as he reflects on meanings from Augsburg to Baltimore.

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Pages: 116
Size: 966 KB
Publisher: Resource Publications
Date published:   2010
ISBN: 9781498272377 (DRM-EPUB)

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