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Books Published by ILT Faculty

Aquinas Among the Protestants

Aquinas Among the Protestants

This major new book provides an introduction to Thomas Aquinas’s influence on Protestantism.

The Doctrine of Atonement: From Luther to Forde

The Doctrine of Atonement: From Luther to Forde

Post-Enlightenment theology has frequently rejected the historic Christian doctrine of substitutionary atonement.

Freiheit als Liebe bei Martin Luther

Freiheit als Liebe bei Martin Luther

Freedom as Love in Martin Luther: 8th International Congress for Luther Research in St. Paul, Minnesota, 1993: … Referate/Papers (English and German Edition)

Good and Bad Ways to Think about Religion and Politics

Good and Bad Ways to Think about Religion and Politics

In this book, Benne describes and analyzes the wrong ways to relate religion and politics and offers a better way.

How to Understand the Sacred Scriptures

How to Understand the Sacred Scriptures

The Lutheran Reformation sprang from the Scriptures and drew its doctrine from the Scriptures. But many who read the Scriptures came away from them with different interpretations. What was the right interpretation?

Keeping the Soul in Christian Higher Education

Keeping the Soul in Christian Higher Education

A History of Roanoke College

Many colleges with historical church ties experience significant tension between the desire to compete in the secularized world of higher education and the desire to remain connected to their religious commitments and communities.

Martin Luther in His Own Words

Martin Luther in His Own Words

Though most of the Protestant world can trace its roots back to the Reformation, many people today have only a vague knowledge of Martin Luther’s writings.

The Self-Donation of God

The Self-Donation of God

A Contemporary Lutheran approach to Christ and His Benefits

In The Self-Donation of God, Jack Kilcrease argues that the speech-act of promise is always an act of self-donation.

Thanks Be To God!

Thanks Be To God!

Memoirs Of A Practical Theologian

This book covers the story of a Lutheran family man and academic and his struggles and joys of his pursuit of discipleship and vocation within the Church.

Justification by the Word: Restoring Sola Fide

Justification by the Word: Restoring Sola Fide

God’s Word Creates What He Commands

In Justification by the Word, Professor Jack D. Kilcrease reintroduces Martin Luther’s key doctrine, inspiring readers to reencounter the radical doctrine of justification by faith alone.