(Pdf Download) The Lutheran Catechist AUTHOR G.H. Gerberding
Counterfeits jRchect Other Protestant churches have no confessional teaching on this subject unless it be to deny and repudiate what we teach In the Reformed churches our teaching is abhorred and denounced as Romish and dangerous to the soul Some Lutherans also are afraid of it avoid mention of it as much as possible handle it very gingerly when called on to speak of it and often pervert it To the Reformed ear and taste it is one of the most unpopular of all church doctrines This aversion arises mainly
From Ignorance Of The Meaning ignorance of the meaning intent of the doctrine It Is Prejudice People is prejudice People harbor
The Prejudice Have Never Sincerely Studied The Subject The Ve. prejudice have never sincerely studied the subject The ve.
G.H. Gerberding ☆ 7 ReviewThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1910 edition Excerpt CHAPTER XXIV OF CONFESSION Between parts four and five of the Catechism as a bridge from one to the other looking back to the
grace vouchsafed in baptism and looking forward to a worthy reception of the Lord's Supper we have Luther'svouchsafed in baptism and looking forward to a worthy reception of the Lord's Supper we have Luther's uestions on confession This intermediate part of the Catechism brings before us a doctrine peculiar to our Church She Peculiar to
Stands Alone In Her Beliefalone in her
BELIEF TEACHING ON THIS SUBLUTHERAN CHU.teaching on this subLutheran Chu. Ry mention of confession and absolution seems to repel them
Unfortunately many Lutheran ministers seem to be unclear on the subject They seem to be unable to make it clearmany Lutheran ministers seem to be unclear on the subject They seem to be unable to make it clear others Their teaching Doctrine misand preaching leave the impression that the minister can and does in his own name and person forgive sins Their careless impenitent and formalistic catechumens and hearers flatter themselves that because
They Have The Pastor Read The Absolution Therefore Their Sinshave the pastor read the absolution therefore their sins ipso facto forgiven Their misunderstanding of the doctrine makes them feel secure in their impenitence and sin and endangers their soul's salvation Here then is a blesse.