Tagged: Election

Introduction To The Doctrinal Discussion.

  After Prof. Schmidt, of Madison, Wis., and Rev. Allwardt had raised objections in private to Dr. Walther against the Report of the Western District of the Missouri Synod for the year 1877, the...

General Introduction.

A TESTIMONY AGAINST THE FALSE DOCTRINE OF PREDESTINATION RECENTLY INTRODUCED BY THE MISSOURI SYNOD. GENERAL INTRODUCTION. On the 11th of October, 1881, the Revs. H. Ernst, J. H. Doermann, H. P. Duborg, C. H....

IV. The Doctrine Of Predestination In The Ohio Synod.

  From the very beginning, from the year 1872 till the year 1881, the Ohio Synod belonged to the Synodical Conference and sent delegates to every one of its meetings. She was next to...

H. Appendix: An Ally Of Modern Missouri In Germany.

  It is a well-known fact that modern Missouri,, for one thing, has disdainfully treated the almost unanimous disapproval of its doctrine among outside Lutheran theologians, as a manifestation of the synergistic spirit prevailing...

G. Comparative Summary.

  Before closing the discussion of the doctrine of predestination of the Missouri Synod, it appears to be in place to summarize briefly its chief peculiarities, and to compare them with the old Missourian,...

F. After The Pastoral Conference In The Autumn Of 1880.

  The General Pastoral Conference in Chicago adjourned on the 5th of October. “Lehre und Wehre” for this month brought an article by Dr. Walther entitled “ ‘Absolute’ Predestination.” In this article he tries...

E. The General Pastoral Conference In The Autumn Of 1880.

  “Whereas nothing has hitherto been done on the part of the Synodical Conference to settle the controversy that has arisen with reference to the doctrine of predestination; whereas, accordingly, nothing remains for us...