(PUBConcordia)The Lutheran position of "real presence" mediates between the Catholic vision of transubstantiation and the Anabaptist position of simple memorial. Chemnitz quotes extensively from the early church fathers to buttress his conclusions. A classic defense of this major Reformer's views. 302 pages, hardcover.
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Date:August 2, 2009
Excellent treatise regarding the Lutheran position on the Lord's Table. It was thought provoking. His arguements were clear concise. Regardless of your positon, this is a book for your self.