This collection brings together a variety of writings by the preeminent Lutheran theologian Hermann Sasse (1895–1976). The book is the best single collection of Sasse’s thought regarding the Bible and the doctrine of scripture, and reflects Sasse’s ongoing thinking as he tried to navigate between misleading alternatives regarding the Bible and theology. Editor Jeffrey Kloha’s concluding essay puts Sasse’s sometimes controversial thinking in historical context and perspective. This is essential reading from one of the leading voices in 20th-century Lutheran theology.
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