Junius Remensnyder's "The Lutheran Manual" is a detailed exposition of Lutheran theology and practice. Throughout the work, Remensnyder expounds upon the central and defining elements of Lutheran theology such as: Justification by faith, baptismal regeneration, the centrality of the Word, and Luther's doctrine of Holy Communion. He also discusses practical ecclessial and pastoral issues like the nature and characteristics of Lutheran worship, different forms of church polity, and Lutheran piety. He examines the differences between the Lutheran, Reformed, and Roman Catholic views on these issues, and contends that it is the Lutheran church which is most Biblical and historical.
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