CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

Norwalk, Connecticut

Law, Virtue, and Life in Christ

Dr. Gifford A. Grobien

  • Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
  • Director of D.Min. Program
Gifford.Grobien@ctsfw.edu
(260) 452-2143

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Rev. Robert Beinke
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Reading:

Formula of Concord (both Epitome and Solid Declaration) 4-6.

Gerhard Forde, “Lex semper accusat? Nineteenth-Century Roots of Our Current Dilemma,” in A More Radical Gospel: Essays on Eschatology, Authority, Atonement, and Ecumenism, Eerdmans, 2004; previously published in dialog 9/4 (Autumn 1970): 265-74.

Luther, Martin. Treatise on Good Works, AE 44.

Rosner, Brian S. Paul and the Law: Keeping the Commandments of God. InterVarsity Academic, 2013.

Brad J. Kallenberg. “The Master Argument of MacIntyre’s After Virtue.” In Virtues and Practices of the Christian Tradition: Christian Ethics after MacIntyre. Edited by Nancey C. Murphy, Brad J. Kallenberg, and Mark Nation. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2003.

Paul Ramsey, “A Theory of Virtue According to the Principles of the Reformation.” The Journal of Religion 27:3 (1947): 178-196.

Biermann, Joel D. A Case for Character: Towards a Lutheran Virtue Ethics. Fortress Press, 2014.

Gerhard, Johann. Schola Pietatis–Volume 2. Repristination Press, 2013.

Kleinig, John W. Grace upon Grace. Concordia Publishing House, 2008.

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