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    • Don't be afraid! Cheer up! It's the cross! 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (2010)
      If Professor Deutschlander had written two more chapters for his book, The Theology of the Cross, these would be those chapters. Deutschlander shows us the pains and struggles that come from being a disciple of Christ, but ...
    • Don't be afraid! Cheer up! It's the cross! 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (2010)
      If Professor Deutschlander had written two more chapters for his book, The Theology of the Cross, these would be those chapters. Deutschlander shows us the pains and struggles that come from being a disciple of Christ, but ...
    • Ein Kleines Theologisches Wörterbuch 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (1994)
      “The following list of words is by no means a complete listing of a “Church German” vocabulary–, it is merely an attempt to list those words which will most commonly be found in any reading of theological German. More ...
    • Hold On… To the Narrow Lutheran Middle 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (2004)
      Throughout its history the Church has had difficulty finding and keeping the narrow middle. In this paper Deutschlander exhorts his readers to hold on the narrow middle, particularly the middle between worker training and ...
    • Luther and the State 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (1983)
      Luther’s attitude toward the state can be easily misunderstood from his writings. The application of his statements can be even more difficult. In order to understand Luther’s statements one needs to understand the historical ...
    • Luther and the State 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (1983)
      Luther’s attitude toward the state can be easily misunderstood from his writings. The application of his statements can be even more difficult. In order to understand Luther’s statements one needs to understand the historical ...
    • On the Distinction between Objective and Subjective Justification 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (1977)
      The doctrines of objective and subjective justification are distinct, but they are not separate from each other. They are two aspects of one doctrine. But what is the role of faith in these doctrines? Does faith even play ...
    • Reformed Theology and Its Threat 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (2001)
      “The reformed” is a term which refers to both Calvinists and Arminians. The differences between these two reformed camps and Lutherans are often reduced down to the view concerning the Lord’s Supper. However, there is more ...
    • The Western Rite: Its Development and Rich History and Its Relevance for Our Worship Life Today 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (2008)
      Daniel Deutschlander offers in this presentation on the Western Rite that worship begins with a proper attitude on the part of the parishioners and their pastor–the focus must always be on Christ and the Means of Grace. ...
    • The Western Rite: Its Development and Rich History and Its Relevance for Our Worship Life Today 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (2008)
      Daniel Deutschlander offers in this presentation on the Western Rite that worship begins with a proper attitude on the part of the parishioners and their pastor–the focus must always be on Christ and the Means of Grace. ...
    • What Do We Mean When We Say "Faith Saves"? 

      Deutschlander, Daniel M. (0000)
      We hear it all the time, “You gotta have faith. Just believe.” But we also hear in the Bible, “Your faith has made you well.” What do the people of our culture mean when they speak of faith? What does the Bible mean when ...