Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Okay, Here's a Question

What exactly is a "Confessinal Lutheran?" I haven't a clue. I believe in the creeds. I believe that through faith, sacrament, word, and grace I am made pure in God's eyes. I have read (most) of the Book of Concord and believe that the authors of that book got it right.

I'm really curious what a "confessional Lutheran" is.

3 comments:

Josh said...

I can't really describe a confessional Lutheran to you, but I know one when I see one.

Orycteropus Afer said...

For starters, you might read What Is a Confessional Lutheran? and Confessional and Orthodox Lutheranism from Ask the Pastor. You could also check out Who You Calling Quia? by yours truly.

Peace,
Orycteropus +

disgruntled world citizen said...

For all the Confessional Lutherans out there, I'd like to announce that I just recieved my copy of the new Reader's edition Book o' Concord. I'll be all about the Creeds and whatnot soon enough...

It'll go good with the Tappert edition and the Kolb edition that I have already.