The Augsburg Confession is the foundational confession for the Lutheran faith, and began the process of defining the stances of the Lutheran church. Written in 1530, this document continues to define what Lutherans believe, teach, and confess in the world today. This volume includes Charles Porterfield Krauth's translation of the Augsburg Confession, along with an extensive historical and theological introduction. At the end of the volume, Krauth includes his comments on the Confession, and corrects some common misunderstandings of its teaching. This edition has been slightly modified so that it is easier for the modern reader.
The Augsburg Confession with a Historical Introduction and Notes by Charles Krauth (Lutheran Confessions)