The Augsburg Confession (BoC series)
A Reading and Discussion of the Augsburg Confession
Made as a confession of faith during the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century, the Augsburg Confession outlines the doctrinal teachings of the original Lutheran reformers. At the same time, it serves as a theological resource and statement of faith for Lutheran churches today.
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Book of Concord Series
Written in easy-to-understand language, this more challenging study series is based on assigned readings from the Book of Concord and related Scripture texts. Each study is comprised of eight sessions, plus an optional introductory session, each presented in a question and discussion format. The Leader's Guide that accompanies this study is a resource for those facilitating group discussion, or may serve as a reader's commentary for those who are studying the Book of Concord on their own.
|Note: This series can be used with any version of the Book of Concord, but is recommended for use with: "Concordia, The Lutheran Confessions - A Reader's Edition of the Book of Concord" (© 2005, 2006 - Concordia Publishing House, Paul T. McCain, Editor), and features page references for use with this version. You may visit the Concordia Publishing website here.|