CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

Pensacola, Florida

Life of Children in the Church: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper

Dr. David P. Scaer

  • The David P. Scaer Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology
  • Chairman of Systematic Theology
  • Editor of CTQ
David.Scaer@ctsfw.edu
260.452.2134

Coordinator

Rev. Randy Blankschaen
Phone: 850.438.8138
Email: ilcpcola@gmail.com

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Required Reading

Confirmation as a Sacramental Rite,” Logia 15:1 (Epiphany 2006): 49-58.

The Office of the Holy Ministry According to the Gospels and the Lutheran Confessions,” Concordia Theological Quarterly 70:2 (April 2006): 113-121.

The Clergy as New Testament Ministers with a Proposal for Parochial School Teachers,” Issues in Christian Education 27 (Spring 1993) 1:6-9.

The Integrity of the Christological Character of the Office of the Ministry,” Logia 2 (Epiphany/Janaury 1993) 1:15-19.

Sacraments as an Affirmation of Creation,Concordia Theological Quarterly 57/4 (October 1993): 241-63.

The Doctrine of the Sacraments in the Theology of Johann Gerhard,” Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment, ed. R. S. Clark and Carl R. Trueman. Carlise: Paternoster Press (UK) 1999.

Reformed Exegesis and Lutheran Sacraments: Worlds in Conflict,Concordia Theological Quarterly 64/1 (January 2000): 3-20.

The Holy Spirit, Sacraments and Other Churchly Rites,” Concordia Theological Quarterly 70:3/4 (July/October 2008): 311-322.

Eucharistic Themes in the Gospels,” Logia 28/2 (Eastertide 2009): 41-48.

May Women Be Ordained as Pastors?” in Women Pastors? The Ordination of Women in Biblical Lutheran Perspective. Edited by Matthew C. Harrison and John T. Pless, 227-252.(St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2nd Printing 2009.)

The Office of the Pastor and the Problem of the Ordination of Women Pastors” in Women Pastors? The Ordination of Women in Biblical Lutheran Perspective. Edited by Matthew C. Harrison and John T. Pless, 253-264. (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2nd Printing 2009.)

Baptism and the Lord’s Supper in the Life of the Church,” Concordia Theological Quarterly 45 (January 1981): 37-57.

The Lutheran Doctrine of the Lord’s Supper: Finding the Right Word for the Lutheran Position,” in Four Views on the Lord’s Supper, edited by John Armstrong, 87-101.(Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008.)

A Lutheran Response to Russell D. Moore’s ‘Baptist View: Christ’s Presence as Memorial’,” in Four Views on the Lord’s Supper, edited by John Armstrong, 48-52 (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008.)

A Lutheran Response to John Hesselink’s ‘Reformed View: The Real Presence of Christ’,” in Four Views on the Lord’s Supper, edited by John Armstrong, 75-78 (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008.)

A Lutheran Response to Thomas A. Baima’s ‘Roman Catholic View: Christ’s True, Real, and Substantial Presence,” in Four Views on the Lord’s Supper, edited by John Armstrong, 144-149 (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008.)

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