Summer 1987

Volume II, Number 3

In This Issue

Luther and the Lessons of Losing by Peter Sandstrom

One of my favorite stories to come out of the Reformation concerns an event from the its very early days, after the posting of the ninety-five theses at Wittenberg, but before Luther's "Here I stand" performance before the Emperor at Worms.

On Behalf of the Cast by Peter Sandstrom

With this Reformation Sunday issue we begin our second year of publishing Pietisten.

John 8:31-30 and Waldenström's Commentary by Paul Peter Waldenström and translated by Tommy Carlson

Reformation Reflections by Phil Johnson

When Professor Donald Frisk outlined the Protestant principle" in Historical Theology class at North Park Seminary as the principle that there are "no sacred persons, places, or things," I felt an elation which sometimes comes from recognition and understanding.

Promise and Reality in Jeremiah 31 by David Hawkinson

This prophet, who resisted his summons to warn the people of exile; who wept at the tragedy and who sat down by the waters of Babylon with the broken remnant, is allowed to announce the coming restoration.

Post: Readers Respond

Before Winter by Arthur Mampel