Charles P. Arand

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In this book, Kolb and Arand offer the reader some thoughts on how the riches of the Lutheran tradition might be used in contemporary church life. Both men are well qualified for the task: Kolb is well known for a number of outstanding monographs on Martin Luther; and Arand has worked on the background to […]

Carl R. Trueman
Robert Kolb
Tuesday, July 1st 2008

Yes. This Reformed formulation minimizes the radical contrast between God's right and left hands. The concept of the covenant obviously has historical origins that pertain to establishing an orderly and amicable existence in a wide range of human affairs. But theologically, the idea of covenant provides a helpful description of God's people as well to […]

Charles P. Arand
Thursday, July 5th 2007

Since arriving at Concordia Seminary my interest has been to use the heritage of our confessional writings as resources for the Church's life today. To that end, I have sought to uncover their presuppositions, theological priorities, and patterns of thought in order to guide how we think theologically about issues today that were not dealt […]

Charles P. Arand
Thursday, June 7th 2007

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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