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Forward to Volume 25 of Lehre und Wehre
C.F.W. Walther explores how a church body can be confessional especially in his context with issues with the State Church and other church bodies who, hypocritically, said they were confessional.
Walther’s theological axioms
The Wisconsin Synod's Debt to C. F. W. Walther
Professor Brenner provides a look at the development of confessionalism in the Wisconsin Synod and the ebb and flow of Wisconsin’s relationship with the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod and C.F.W. Walther in particular. ...
Review Article: The Church and the Office of the Ministry
This review of a study edition of Walther’s “The Church and the Office of the Ministry,” is the fourth time the book has been reviewed in the Quarterly. This is to be expected given the various editions throughout the ...
John Brug introduces volume 106 of the Quarterly with this essay, in which he reminds us of the standards we must keep when we refocus on the teachings of our church fathers, most especially that we do not allow them to ...
Walther and Fellowship
Brug explains in this essay, “there is [an] area of doctrine in which Walther played a key role in laying a sound foundation for confessional Lutheranism in America, that is, in the restoration of sound biblical principles ...