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New Apologetics Titles in the Church Library!

posted Oct 26, 2011, 8:00 AM by Jonathan Watt
Two new books on Apologetics have been added to the church library.

Spirituality of the Cross Revised Edition
by Gene Edward Veith

Veith explores and presents a true understanding of justification by faith, the means of grace, vocation, theology of the cross, the two kingdoms, worship, and the church.

This is a revised edition of the original text written in 1999. This revised edition contains an updated bibliography, useful clarifications, and some new material.

Vieth goes into greater depth especially relating to the theology of the cross and vocation. More resources including Luther's Catechism, the Book of Concord, the rite of Confession and Absolution, and the writings of Martin Luther are included as invaluable resources for Christians living a life under the cross.  

In Trinity Library
at Concordia Publishing House

The Defense Never Rests: A Lawyer's Quest for the Gospel by Craig A. Parton

This powerful critique of American Christianity chronicles the spiritual pilgrimage of one man and provides a defense of the pure Gospel.

This unique book is divided into two parts. First, a spiritual autobiography of the author, describing his journey from unbelief to American Evangelicalism and Campus Crusade staff work, to his true home in the Lutheran church. Secondly, a hard-hitting critique of shallow, pop-style worship and theology, The Defense Never Rests sets forth a Lutheran approach to apologetics (the defense of the faith to unbelievers).

In the Trinity Library:
At Concordia Publishing House: