The central figure of the Christian faith is Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. In this volume, Gerhard addresses the etymology of Christ's name, the divine and human natures of Christ, the personal union and communication of the two natures, the communication of attributes, and the office (or work) of Christ. In many ways this volume is even more thorough and complete than Chemnitz's master w...
Series: Theological Commonplaces
Hardcover: 424 pages
Publisher: Concordia Publishing (December 31, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1.2 x 10 inches
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This is an especially valuable resource if you are interested in a clear and logical presentation of Lutheran Christology while Lutheranism itself was at the height of its intellectual and cultural powers. The other standard work on the subject haili...
Natures in Christ.The Theological Commonplaces series is the first-ever English translation of Johann Gerhard's monumental Loci Theologici. Gerhard was the premier Lutheran theologian of the early seventeenth century. Combining his profound understanding of evangelical Lutheran theology with a broad interest in ethics and culture, he produced significant works on biblical, doctrinal, pastoral, and devotional theology. Gerhard interacts with the writings of the church fathers, Luther and his contemporaries, and the Catholic and Calvinist theologians of his day. His 17-volume Loci is regarded as the standard compendium of Lutheran orthodoxy, with topics ranging from the proper understanding and interpretation of Scripture to eschatology.Useful for research on Lutheran doctrine, Gerhard's accessible style makes this a must-have on the bookshelf of pastors and professional church workers.Each embossed hardback volume includes:the translation of Gerhard's Loci (originally published from 1610 to 1625);a glossary of key theological, rhetorical, and philosophical terms;a name index;a Scripture index;a carefully researched works cited list that presents guidance for deciphering the numerous abbreviations of the other titles from which Gerhard quotes.