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To Christians, nothing is more important than clearly confessing and bearing witness to the truths of God's word, which reveals the glorious Gospel of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. That is what the Book of Concord is all about.

This edition of the Lutheran Confessions instructs, inspires, and educates all who use it and help them learn what it means to be, and to remain, a genuinely confessing Lutheran Christian.

©2018 Martin Luther (P)2021 Concordia Publishing House

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Reformation Christianity Expertly Explained

The Book of Concord represents the assembled ten documents that comprise the confessional affirmations of Lutheran Christianity. From the three ecumenical creeds to the historical famous Augsburg Confession to some of Martin Luther's seminal writings (Small and Large Catechisms, Smalcald Articles) to the Formula of Concord that settled Lutheran doctrinal parameters for generations to come, this is the one "go to" source. The narration features some sections by the now sainted Rev. Paul T. McCain, editor of the well received Reader's Edition of 2005 and completed after McCain's death by the Luther scholar, the Rev. Dr. Ken Schurb. A "must read" for all Lutherans and for those interested in a full statement of Reformation era Christianity by those who lived through it.