The Ecumenical Creeds and the Augsburg Confession

On today's program, I continued my introduction to the Lutheran Confessions. I discussed the history and theology of the three ecumenical creeds, and spoke about the importance of the Augsburg Confession for the Lutheran tradition.Here is the program … [Read more...]

Are Confessional Lutherans Just Too Sure of Themselves?

Post by Nathan RinneRecently, I heard a Lutheran brother say that we do our best to interpret Scripture – both prayerfully and thoughtfully – but that we could be wrong on most matters because we could be missing something important.This got me wondering whether or not most conservative Protestants would at the least think that they could be wrong on a few matters.  Might they ask, for example: “How can anyone with an ecumenical bone in their body think any differently?”  See, for example … [Read more...]

Interviews on Reformed Confessions

I recently did a five part series of interviews on Issues etc. on the Reformed confessions. Here are the programs:The Three Forms of UnityThe Westminster ConfessionThe Westminster Confession Part 2The 1689 London Baptist Confession of FaithThe Thirty Nine Articles of Religion … [Read more...]