New from Johann Gerhard: On the Gospel and Repentance

New from Johann Gerhard: <i>On the Gospel and Repentance</i>

The newest release in the Theological Commonplaces of Johann Gerhard presents two commonplaces. On the Gospel defines the Gospel carefully as the proclamation of God’s promises and forgiveness of sins for the sake of Jesus Christ. Since confusions continually arise on the relationship of the Gospel to the text of the New Testament, Old Testament, and(…)

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Newest Addition to Luther’s Works Presents Sermons from the 1530s

Newest Addition to Luther’s Works Presents Sermons from the 1530s

Volume 57 of Luther’s Works contains a selection of Luther’s preaching between May 1531 and June 1539. These sermons exhibit Luther’s understanding of the Trinity and Christology, Law and Gospel, justification, Baptism, the Christian life, marriage, ordination and ministry, and eschatology. These topics reflect, in part, the circumstances of the Evangelical church in the decade(…)

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“The Promise From Which Prayer Flows,” an excerpt from Praying Luther’s Small Catechism

“The Promise From Which Prayer Flows,” an excerpt from <i>Praying Luther’s Small Catechism</i>

You, your family, and your church are invited to return to the riches of the Small Catechism. Beyond its purpose as a handbook and outline of Christian teachings, Luther’s Small Catechism is also a prayer book for every age. Not a textbook, a homework assignment, or a friend for children only. In his book, Praying(…)

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An Excerpt from Sexual Morality in a Christless World

An Excerpt from <i>Sexual Morality in a Christless World</i>

A year after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage, we have a carefully considered response to our culture’s sexual ethics: Matthew Rueger’s Sexual Morality in a Christless World. Rueger demonstrates how Christians have been countercultural since the beginning, contrasting Christian views on sex with the Roman and Jewish cultures. An analysis of specific Bible passages(…)

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Q&A with Rev. Dr. Matthew Rueger, author of Sexual Morality in a Christless World

Q&A with Rev. Dr. Matthew Rueger, author of <i>Sexual Morality in a Christless World</i>

Matthew Rueger offers an honest and refreshing apologetic to the issue of sexual morality in his book, Sexual Morality in a Christless World. As we live in a culture that seems to be ever increasing its hostility toward Christianity, Dr. Rueger gently reminds us that there is nothing new under the sun. Throughout his book,(…)

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What Others Are Saying about Sexual Morality in a Christless World

What Others Are Saying about <i>Sexual Morality in a Christless World</i>

In an age of compromise, it is refreshing to read a work that takes a firm stand on a controversial topic. This book is both faithful to Scripture and pastoral in its approach. Although the sin of homosexuality is clearly de­scribed as contrary to God’s will, the presentation of the Gospel is applied clearly and(…)

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Excerpt from Concordia Commentary: Romans 9-16

Excerpt from <i>Concordia Commentary: Romans 9-16</i>

CPH is pleased to introduce the latest volume in the Concordia Commentary series: Romans 9–16 by Michael Middendorf. This volume is a welcome conclusion to his, and our, continued journey through Paul’s Epistle to the Romans.  In his analysis of this much-neglected second half of Paul’s Epistle, Middendorf continues to expound on Paul’s theme: “The(…)

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An Excerpt from Letters from a Pastor’s Heart

An Excerpt from <em>Letters from a Pastor’s Heart</em>

Back to Basics: Law and Gospel At the heart of virtually every problem in the church, at the bottom of every strained relationship, at the center of every reason an inactive member stays home on Sunday or leaves the LCMS is the issue of the proper distinguishing between the Law and the Gospel. Without this(…)

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Publish with Us!

Publish with Us!

Do you have a manuscript of a professional or academic nature that you’d like to get published? Consider submitting it to our peer review process! The peer review process is suited for smaller projects (e.g., a single book) by an individual author or a small team. It is similar to the peer reviewed process or “refereed” process used(…)

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Q&A with Dr. Michael Middendorf, author of Concordia Commentary: Romans

Q&A with Dr. Michael Middendorf, author of <i>Concordia Commentary: Romans</i>

CPH is proud to announce the release of Concordia Commentary: Romans 9–16 by Dr. Michael Middendorf! As does Middendorf’s commentary on Romans 1–8, this commentary provides a clear exposition of the Law and Gospel theology in Paul’s most comprehensive epistle, delivering beneficial insight for preachers and biblical teachers who desire to be faithful to the(…)

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