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The study here presented the writer hopes to make part of a larger work, an examination of how far Lutheran teaching on justification agrees with the New Testament as a whole, specific attention being given all along to modern criticism on this head. (Modern signifies approximately the period from the end of the first Great War to the present day.) It is not enough to show nowadays that Lutheran teaching agrees with St. Paul. It has to be shown that it agrees with St. John, with the Jesus of the Synoptic Gospels, and with the rest of the literature of the New Testament. These three heads would in the larger work be parallel divisions to the present thesis.
Hamann, Henry, "Justification by Faith in Modern Theology" (1956). Doctor of Theology Dissertation. 34.
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