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Seminary Graduation Sermon, 2007: No Other Name Can Save
No Other Name Can Save— I. This Is Your Bold Confession II. This Is Your Urgent Mission
Graduation Sermon 2008 - Brothers Stand Firm
He Lives! So Brothers Stand Firm… 1. Unswerving in His Truth 2. Abounding in His Work
Scylla and Charybdis
Prof. Brug discusses the dangerous yet necessary course traveled by Christians: navigating the narrow way between the “Scylla” of legalism and the “Charybdis” of antinomianism.
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 ...
The Meaning of Predigtamt in Augsburg Confession V
In his examination of the historical use of the terms Predigtamt and Amt (and the Latin terms associated with them) in the Augsburg Confession, Prof. Brug determines that the Predigtamt is not the office of the pastoral ...
Justification, Expounded by Scripture, and Its Application to Mission and Ministry
In part I of this essay, Buchholz examines the doctrine of justification as it is presented in Scripture, expounding on justification as a legal term, an objective reality, something which is apprehended by faith, and a ...