Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics

Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics is a contemporary dogmatics series patterned strictly after the theology of the Book of Concord. The first volume of the series was released in 1989 with the publication of Dr. David Scaer’s volume Christology. Eight more volumes have been published since that time, and four more have been assigned to authors. Serving as a supplement to the indispensable Dr. Francis Pieper’s Christian Dogmatics, the Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics series is directed at pastors and theologians and serves the purpose of addressing current theological issues.

Marquart’s Works

Volume 1 is a lay-level presentation, in nine chapters, of the basics of the Christian faith by a prolific Lutheran pastor and theologian who lived for 14 years in Australia and taught for over 30 years at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is written in an energetic and winsome style typical of the author who taught soberly yet with good humor, holding forth in such a way as to be understood by everyone, making incisive application to contemporary circumstances and events, and above all, constantly riveting on the incarnate Savior and the marks of the church. Vomume 2- As a seminary professor for over 30 years, Kurt Marquart taught Systematic Theology. He stood out as a specialist in Christian doctrine. This volume contains several of his more scholarly writings dealing with the Lutheran Confessions, dogmatics, and apologetics. Sixteen years of prior seasoning as a parish pastor played more than a small role in making Marquart the magnificent “painter” also a stunning “pointer” who could express the saving truth succinctly and unambiguously, as in these essays. Volume 3 -The essays in this volume give just a glimpse of the role that Dr. Kurt Erik Marquart played in the Lutheran Church during his ministry of forty-seven years. Not least among Dr. Marquart’s contributions were his lectures and articles devoted to the “public square.” If I would have any advice to pastors, seminary students, and laymen interested in theology, I would paraphrase the advice given to me and say: “Read Professor Marquart and study every article he offers! You can’t do better than that.” Whenyou are finished with Marquart’s writings, then you will be ready for the grand tradition of orthodox Lutheran systematicians that he transmitted and epitomized. Foreword by Martin Noland.


LOGIA is a quarterly publication by Luther Academy. It serves the church by publishing articles on exegetical, historical, systematic, and liturgical theology that promote the orthodox teachings of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. LOGIA was formed out of a love for God’s truth in Holy Scripture. Every issue of the journal intends to generate the same love for God’s Word, which reveals Him as the Way, the Truth, and the Life

Luther Digest (Out of Print)

Serving as a portal into Martin Luther’s world and the 16th century, Luther Digest informs readers interested in Luther and Reformation studies. By abridging significant articles and books, Luther Digest assists scholars, researchers and all those interested in the Lutheran Reformation to gain easy access to a vast amount of scholarly work. Working with the Luther Study Group in South Korea, Luther-Bulletin in Germany, and Luther Zeitschrift der Luther-Gesellschaft in the Netherlands, Luther Digest is a strong resource for any student or scholar wishing to study Martin Luther and the theology of the Reformation