Confessions, Lutheran

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A Confessional Church, Not Just a Confessional Movement
An Evaluation of the Lutheran Confessions
Augsburg Confession, Article VII -- Of The Church
By God's Grace a Confessing Confessional Lutheran Church
Catechetical Resources – The Catechism
Does Endorsement of the Book of Concord Involve Endorsement of Every Statement in the Confessions?
Is the Book of Concord the Last Word?
Law and Gospel in Luther and the Confessions: With Special Reference to Sanctification and the Third Use of the Law
Luther's Deathbed Confession – The Smalcald Articles
Luther's Influence at Augsburg Up to June 25
Lutheran Confessionalism: "Why We Are the Way We Are"
Major Emphases of the Lutheran Confessions Applied to Our Teaching and Preaching Ministry
Smalcald Politics and the Smalcald Articles
The Augustana and Lutheran Worship
The Background of the Completion in Ten Years of the Chief Lutheran Confessions
The Doctrine of Church Fellowship in the Lutheran Confessions
The Doctrine of Confessional Fellowship
The Formula of Concord: How It Developed
The Future of Confessional Lutheranism in the USA
The Historical Background of the Ecumenical Creeds
The Role of the Lutheran Confessions in Establishing the Teachings of the Church
The Spirit of the Formula of Concord
Use of Symbols and Scriptures in the Church and Ministry Debate
We Wholeheartedly Subscribe to the Lutheran Book of Concord...As Believers Who Must Oppose All Error
What Do the Lutheran Confessions Teach about the Public Ministry?
What Does It Mean To Be A Confessional Lutheran – With Application To Ministry On The Home Mission Field
What is "Doctrine" According to Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions?
Why Bible-believing Lutherans subscribe to the Book of Concord without reservation