How My Mind Has Changed: The Importance of Creedal Theology

Thursday, 07 Jun 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 with in the sixteenth century. In the course of my work, I found myself drawn not only to the distinctively Lutheran Confessions like the Augsburg Confession and its Apology, but to the great ecumenical creeds of the Church. These creeds stand ...

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