Back To Luther Below are thoughts, confessions, quotations from a Missouri Synod Lutheran born who came back to his old faith The great Lutheran lineage above: Martin Luther, C. Walther, Franz Pieper. Red highlighting in Pieper column indicates possible missing section in Mueller. Green highlighting in Mueller column indicates possible added material over and above Pieper; Yellow highlighting indicates possible corresponding sections with differing heading names.
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Back To Luther Below are thoughts, confessions, quotations from a Missouri Synod Lutheran born who came back to his old faith The great Lutheran lineage above: Martin Luther, C.
Walther, Franz Pieper. Red highlighting in Pieper column indicates possible missing section in Mueller. Green highlighting in Mueller column indicates possible added material over and above Pieper; Yellow highlighting indicates possible corresponding sections with differing heading names. One notes significant sections with nearly identical headings and other portions of significant omissions by Mueller.
Evidently further study would be required to make any final judgments. Which is better? To anyone who would desire to learn true Lutheran, i. Because even though Pieper includes more use of Biblical and ecclesiastical languages Greek, Hebrew and Latin , yet his narrative in English is so clear that one can still grasp his points even with no knowledge of these languages or of his references to dated works of theology. Pieper practiced what he taught others theologians to do — he spoke and wrote in a clear manner that does not confuse his hearers or readers.
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Christian Dogmatics, Volume 1
Minneapolis, Minnesota Dear friend Ylvisaker: Since we met in Decorah in the Fall of , I have often been at the point of sending you in writing the assurance which I gave you orally. I do not now refer to the matter of negotiations between the Norwegian Lutheran Church and the Missouri Synod with reference to church union. I have in mind rather the discussion which took place in St. Louis in December, , between representatives of your Minority group and of our faculty. I informed you at the time that you were free to use my report of what took place at that meeting. In view of the approachment between the Missouri Synod and the American Lutheran Church, it will be necessary for your body to consider the basis of union and to take some official action with reference to it. As so much depends upon the attitude in which a matter of this kind is approached, I feel that I would be remiss in my duty toward the cause of Lutheran Union if I, on my part, did not do everything possible to help bury old grievances and remove misunderstandings.