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About eight years ago, Emmanuel Press reprinted Baier’s Compendium Theologiae Positivae (Compendium of Positive Theology), which had been out of print for over a century. This rare masterpiece is a 17th-century Lutheran dogmatics work to which C.F.W. Walther, first president … Continue reading
Did you know that Emmanuel Press offers Baier’s Compendium Theologiae Positivae (Compendium of Positive Theology) as print-on-demand? Seven years ago, we reprinted it after being out of print for over a century. This rare masterpiece is a 17th-century Lutheran dogmatics … Continue reading
In the week’s time since we offered the Baier-Walther Compendium at a special sale price, we have sold out of all of our stock! However, these titles will still be available as Print-on-Demand, so please do contact us if you … Continue reading
Besides full indices of topics, names, authors, and Scripture citations, this index volume to the Baier-Walther Compendium includes a valuable list of aphorisms in Latin and German for every locus of theology and an index of “several of Baier’s phrases, … Continue reading
Lutherans who follow what is known as the “historic one-year series” heard this past Sunday of our Lord’s transfiguration, occuring at the end of Epiphanytide, preparing us for the beginning of Pre-Lent. Other Lutherans who follow newer lectionaries will celebrate … Continue reading