Dogmatic Theology


Theologia: The Doctrine of God by Revere Franklin Weidner

This is the second volume in Weidner’s series of books on Christian dogmatics. This work is compiled from Weidner’s theological lectures on the doctrine of God given to his seminary students. This volume covers all of the foundational elements of the doctrine of God, such as: the existence of God, the attributes of God, and […]


The Doctrine of the Person and Work of Christ by Ernst Sartorius

This work is based on the manuscripts of Sartorius’ lectures on Christology which were given at Tartu University in 1831. These lectures discuss the person of Christ, the work of Christ, and incidentally touch on several other aspects of Christian theology. Sartorius’ manner of proceeding is devotional rather than dogmatic, though traditional Lutheran systematic theology […]


A Summary of the Christian Faith by Henry Eyster Jacobs, American Lutheran Classics Volume 6

“The Christian Faith” is Henry Eyster Jacobs’ magnum opus. It is a systematic theology of the Christian faith written in a catechetical format from a Confessional Lutheran perspective. The work is written in a series of questions and answers on various doctrinal topics. Throughout the work, Jacobs defends his views through use of Scripture and […]


The Lutheran Doctrine of the Lord’s Supper by H.I. Schmidt, American Lutheran Classics Volume 5

There is no doctrine which distinguishes Lutheranism from the vast world of Protestantism more than the teaching of the Lord’s Supper. The contention that Christ’s body and blood are in, with, and under the Eucharistic elements in central to Lutheran identity. In this work, Henry Immanuel Schmidt defends the historic Lutheran teaching on this subject […]


Elements of Religion by Henry Eyster Jacobs, American Lutheran Classics Volume 4

Henry Eyster Jacobs was one of the greatest American Lutheran theologians of the 19th century. In this work, Jacobs summarizes the basics of Dogmatic Theology in the Lutheran tradition. Following the traditional Loci method, Jacobs discusses every major topic of Christian theology such as: The Doctrine of God, Christ, Salvation, the Means of Grace, and […]


Biblical Dogmatics by A.G. Voigt, American Lutheran Classics Volume 3

A.G. Voigt’s Biblical Dogmatics is a short and comprehensive account of Christian Theology from a Lutheran perspective. Voigt uses the traditional Loci method of Lutheran Scholasticism, while being sensitive to the best of early twentieth century Biblical scholarship. He covers all major topics in Christian theology, and does so in a manner that is readable […]


An Introduction to Dogmatic Theology

Revere Franklin Weidner authored a number of books on dogmatic theology, which together comprise an almost complete treatment of the various loci of systematic theology. This first volume is Weidner’s theological prolegomena. This work covers a variety of topics such as: the definition of theology, the purpose of theology, and the relationship between theology and other […]