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John Brug introduces volume 106 of the Quarterly with this essay, in which he reminds us of the standards we must keep when we refocus on the teachings of our church fathers, most especially that we do not allow them to ...
Old Testament Commentaries for the Pastor’s Study
With this list, Professor Brug details different commentaries and loosely ranks the best commentaries available for each Old Testament book.
Review Article: The ESV—Some Preliminary Observations
A review of the ESV translation.
Speak with Authority
John Brug speaks of the authority of pastors as servants of Christ and his Word. He advises no one to take comfort from the authority given the pastor, but to look instead to the authority of the Word and the forgiveness ...
The Meaning of Predigtamt in Augsburg Confession V
In his examination of the historical use of the terms Predigtamt and Amt (and the Latin terms associated with them) in the Augsburg Confession, Prof. Brug determines that the Predigtamt is not the office of the pastoral ...
The Only Saving Church?
In response to the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification, John Brug shows from Rome’s own documents that it has not shifted from its teaching about salvation and justification.
Christ Is the Savior of All People
An excellent treatment on the topic of Objective Justification. Professor Brug carefully walks through the issues and Bible passages and illustrates how people end up denying such a comforting doctrine.