March 18––March 20, 2022. Opening hours. March 18, 12pm –– 6pm. March 19, March 20, 10am –– 6pm. Werk 2, Kochstraße 132, 04277 Leipzig Join us for the presentation of Notes on 41 with Max Eulitz and Anne König, Friday March 18 at 4:45pm.
The theology of the Cross (Latin: Theologia Crucis, German: Kreuzestheologie) or staurology (from Greek stauros: cross, and -logy: "the study of") is a term coined by the theologian Martin Luther to refer to theology that posits the cross as the only source of knowledge concerning who God is and how God saves.
Written by Martin Luther in 1529, the Small Catechism provides a brief, clear summary of God’s Word on the essentials of the Christian faith. In question-and-answer format, it explores the Six Chief Parts of Christian Doctrine and includes daily prayers, a table of duties for Christians in their various callings, and a guide for Christians as they prepare to receive Holy Communion.
Lutheran view Martin Luther and Lutheran theologians. A specific formulation of the distinction of Law and Gospel was first brought to the attention of the Christian Church by Martin Luther (1483–1546), and laid down as the foundation of evangelical Lutheran biblical exegesis and exposition in Article 4 of the Apology of the Augsburg Confession (1531): "All Scripture ought to be distributed ...
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