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The ELCA at 20 Years: Flunking the Theological Test

Braaten, Carl E.

Dialog, December 2008, Vol.47(4), pp.374-379 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    The ELCA at 20 Years: Flunking the Theological Test
  • Author: Braaten, Carl E.
  • Description: This article deals with four theological issues at the forefront of controversy in the ELCA. They are: 1) the naming of God; 2) the unique place of Jesus in the world's salvation; 3) the authority and interpretation of the Bible; 4) the place of the law in theological ethics. The response to these issues holds the key as to whether or to what extent the ELCA will be faithful to its confessional commitment or become just another variety of liberal Protestantism.
  • Is Part Of: Dialog, December 2008, Vol.47(4), pp.374-379
  • Identifier: ISSN: 0012-2033 ; E-ISSN: 1540-6385 ; DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-6385.2008.00417.x
  • Subjects: Quota System ; Confessional Lutheran Theology ; Radical Theological Feminism ; Pluralistic Theory Of Religion ; Hermeneutics ; Antinomianism ; Natural Law

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