In these pages, Robert Kolb brings together a lifetime of study of Martin Luther and the Reformation, along with his decades-long conversations with colleague Charles Arand. These six essays explore the ways in which the Wittenberg reformers expressed the Christian faith as they rediscovered it in the Scriptures. The reformers’ convictions found their ultimate expression in the Book of Concord, first published in 1580, and this little book is a timely introduction to that much larger work. Here Kolb, along with Arand, provides six glimpses into the theological genius that continues to provoke and shape global Christianity 500 years later.
The Way of Concord
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