Erik Herrmann, “Sola Fide”

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This two-part publication presents Erik Herrmann’s essay on the ongoing relevance of Martin Luther’s Reformation in light of its 500th anniversary, as well as his sermon on “sola fide” (faith alone), one of the hallmark slogans of the Reformation, which he preached on the 500th anniversary, October 31, 2017.

Concordia Pages is a series of shorter articles and essays available as PDFs for individual study or small group discussions in congregations, Bible studies, or among church workers (such as Winkel conferences in LCMS circles).

The PDFs are available electronically for free at ConcordiaTheology.org. Professionally printed copies can be ordered in quantities of ten at Concordia Seminary’s online store.

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1 Comment

  1. Rev. Robert W. Paul August 14, 2019
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    Fine sermon! Well put, lucid, informative. Met homiletician R.R. Caemerer’s criterion for persuasive speech, and his urging that blocks of content move along steadily like boxcars in a freight train.

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