There’s a new book from CPH, Lutheranism101 written by many Pastors and Theologians around the LCMS. As happened with many of the great books that CPH has published in the past few years, they are trying to get it into as many hands as possible by holding a sale on the book through Reformation.. Make it a point to order a copy before October 31st — order a copy for your friends to help you explain our faith to them.
Read the video from the editors. At any point you can click on the banner on the sidebar to access the sale price,
Whether you’re a lifelong Lutheran, a newcomer to the faith, or someone interested in learning what Lutherans believe, Lutheranism 101 helps make fundamental doctrinal beliefs simple.
Have you ever wondered what Solas, The Catechism, and Ecumenical Creeds are? This quick, usable, comprehensible, and concise resource is the perfect gift or personal guide to Lutheranism.
- God and His Son
- Faith and Belief
- Heaven and Hell
- Church and Fellowship
- Sin and Forgiveness
- and much more!
Lutheranism 101 is designed to give you a quick, usable, and comprehensive overview of Lutheran faith and practice. While we have tried not to grind any axes, we would be less than living, breathing human beings if we told you that what you have here is totally impartial and neutral. First, we must acknowledge that we are writing about Lutheranism from an American perspective. So in discussions of customs, history, and missions, Lutherans in other parts of the world (and there are many!) will have a different perspective. We are also writing from within a tradition in the Lutheran Church that is identified as orthodox and confessional. The term orthodox simply means correct or right belief. The term confessional has come to mean different things to different people, but at its heart these two terms signify those who model what they believe, teach, and confess on God’s Word and the historic teachings (Confessions) of the Lutheran Church as they are contained in the Book of Concord. Finally, we have to acknowledge that Lutheranism 101 does not cover the entire length and breadth of our subject. However, it is a good place to start your exploration of Lutheran belief and practice.