Papers presented at the Congress on the Lutheran Confessions, Bloomingdale,
Illinois April 24-26, 2003
Ed. by John A. Maxfield
Christians in the Arena: Confession, Conflict, and Compromise in the Church in Contemporary Culture
– David L. Adams
When is Prayer a Matter of Church Fellowship?
– Kurt Marquart
The Impossible Conjunction: Yahweh AND . . .
– Dean O. Wenthey
“A Prayer for America”: An Analysis
– Charles Henrickson
Living the Paradox: Western Cultural Tolerance and the Lutheran Religious View of Faithful Confession
– Ronald R. Feuerhahn
Doctrine and Practice: Setting the Boundaries
– David P. Scaer
Confessional Fellowship as Practiced in Foreign “Mission” Settings
– Klaus Detlev Schulz
Teaching the Principles and Practice of Lutheran Church Fellowship
– William R. Brege
The Third Use of the Law and Church Fellowship: A Test Case from Norway
– Knut Alfsvag
The Orthodox Lutheran Heritage of Confessional Fellowship: What Does This Mean Today?
– Rolf Preus