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Sunday, September 20, 2015

Pieper’s Dogmatik 3: Cross Ref- English <–> German — Dedicated to the Antichrist, i.e. the Pope

      Continuing from the previous post of publishing Franz Pieper's original Christliche Dogmatik textbooks, I have come to a point where I may present a hyperlinked Table of Contents for each volume cross referencing the English edition to each section of the original German edition.
      This post is dedicated to the upcoming visit to America by the Antichrist, i.e. the Roman Catholic Pope.  You may read about the Antichrist by scrolling down to the highlighted entry below, click on the German entry below it (or here) in Google Chrome Browser with Google Translate extension enabled, and read the extended version of the Brief Statement's section "Of the Antichrist".  It goes from page 527 through page 534 – 8 pages of pure Lutheran teaching.  Or if you have the English edition - pages 462- 469.
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Christliche Dogmatik, Volume 3
by Dr. Franz Pieper
The Christian Life, or Sanctification and Good Works
(De Sanctificatione et Bonis Operibus.)
S. 1—106.
1. Sanctification Defined, p. 3
2. The Essential Difference Between Sanctification (in the Narrow Sense) and Justification, p. 6
3. The Relation of Justification to Sanctification, p. 7
4. Who Effects Sanctification?, p. 14
5. The Inner Motions (Motus Interni) of Sanctification, p. 15
6. The Means by Which Sanctification Is Effected, p. 18
7. The Necessity of Sanctification and Good Works, p. 20
8. The Imperfection of Sanctification, p. 30
9. The Quality and the Quantity of Good Works, p. 37
The Norm of Good Works, p. 37
Good Works Flow from a Willing Spirit, p. 42
The Good Works of the Heathen, p. 43
The Quality of the Good Works of Christians, p. 46
The Quantity of Good Works, p. 47
10. The Reward of Good Works, p. 52
11. The Great Value of Good Works, p. 59
12. The Papacy and Good Works, p. 61
13. Modem Protestant Theology and Good Works, p. 67
14. The Christian Life and the Cross, p. 68
15. The Christian Life and Prayer, p. 76
16. The Christian Life and the Hope of Eternal Life, p. 84
Final Perseverance
Die Beharrung zur Seligkeit, (De Perseverantia.)
S. 107—120.
1. The Calvinistic Doctrine of Perseverance, p. 89
2. The Synergistic Doctrine of Perseverance, p. 91
The Means of Grace
Die Gnadenmittel, (De Mediis Gratiae.)
S. 121—458.
1. The Means of Grace in General, p. 104
2. All Means of Grace Have the Same Purpose and the Same Effect, p. 108
3. The Number of Sacraments, p. 115
4. False Teachings on the Means of Grace, p. 116
Romanism on the Means of Grace, p. 117
Calvinism on the Means of Grace, p. 118
The Synergists on the Means of Grace, p. 122
Means of Grace According to the Deniers of the Vicarious Satisfaction, p. 125
The Means of Grace According to the “Enthusiasts”, p. 127
Denial of the Means of Grace in the Personal Life of the Christians, p. 131
5. The Importance of the Christian Doctrine of the Means of Grace, p. 132
6. Comprehensive Characterization of the Reformed Teaching of the Means of Grace, p. 142
7. The Relation of Luther’s Doctrine of the Means of Grace to the Medieval and Reformed Teaching, p. 183
8. The Means of Grace in the Form of Absolution, p. 189
9. Addenda on the Means of Grace, p. 203
10. The Means of Grace in the Old Testament, p. 211
11. The Means of Grace and Prayer, p. 215
Law and Gospel
1. The Terms Law and Gospel, p. 222
2. What Law and Gospel Have in Common, p. 224
3. Law and Gospel as Opposites, p. 228
4. How Law and Gospel Are to Be Joined in Practice, p. 236
5. The Difficulty of Properly Distinguishing Between Law and Gospel, p. 241
6. The Importance of Proper Discrimination, p. 243
7. The Chief Confounders of Law and Gospel, p. 247
Part 2 - pages 297-626
Holy Baptism
Die Taufe (de baptismo).  
1. Baptism a Divine Ordinance, p. 253
2. The Material of Baptism, p. 256
3. What Makes Baptism a Sacrament (Forma Baptismi), p. 257
4. Baptism a True Means of Grace (Baptismal Grace), p. 263
5. The Use of Baptism, p. 275
6. Who Is to Be Baptized, p. 277
7. The Administrants of Baptism, p. 279
8. The Necessity of Baptism, p. 280
9. Baptismal Customs, p. 282
10. The Baptism of John the Baptist, p. 288
The Lord’s Supper
Das Abendmahl (de coena sacra).
1. The Divine Institution of the Lord's Supper, p. 290
2. The Relation of the Lord's Supper to the Other Means of Grace, p. 293
3. The Scripture Doctrine of the Lord's Supper, p. 294
4. A Survey of the Relation of the Various Doctrines of the Lord's Supper to the Words of Institution, p. 337
5. The Variations in the Wording of the Four Records, p. 349
6. The Elements in the Lord's Supper, p. 353
7. What Constitutes the Lord's Supper (Forma coenae sacrae), p. 365
8. The Purpose of the Lord's Supper (Finis cuius coenae sacrae), p. 373
9. Who Is to Be Admitted to the Lord's Supper (Finis cui coenae sacrae) 381
10. The Necessity of the Lord's Supper, p. 391
The Christian Church
Die christliche Kirche. (De Ecclesia.)
A. The Church Universal (De ecclesia universali)
Die Gesamtkirche (de ecclesia universali).
1. Its Nature, p. 397
2. False Doctrines Concerning the Church, p. 402
3. The Attributes of the Christian Church, p. 408
4. The Dignity and Glory of the Church, p. 412
5. How the Church Is Founded and Preserved, p. 415
B. Local Churches (De ecclesiis particularibus)
Die Ortskirchen (De ecclesiis particularibus).
1. Nature of the Local Church or Congregation, p. 419
2. The Local Church a Divine Institution, p. 420
3. Orthodox and Heterodox Churches, p. 422
4. Children of God in Heterodox Churches, p. 423
5. Church Fellowship with Heterodox Churches (Unionism) Is Prohibited by God, p. 425
6. Schism (Separatism), p. 427
7. The Representative Church. Church Government (Ecclesia repraesentativa), p. 427
The Public Ministry
Das öffentliche Predigtamt. (De Ministerio Ecclesiastico.)
S. 501—534.
1. Nature of the Public Ministry, p. 439
2. The Relation of the Public Ministry to the Spiritual Priesthood of All Christians, p. 440
3. The Public Ministry Not a Human, but a Divine Institution, p. 443
4. The Necessity of the Public Ministry, p. 449
5. The Call into the Public Ministry, p. 450
6. The Rite of Ordination, p. 454
7. The Ministry No Special Spiritual Order Superior to That of the Christians 456
8. The Authority (Potestas) of the Public Ministry, p. 459
9. The Equality of the Servants of the Church, p. 460
10. The Ministry the Highest Office in the Church, p. 461
11. The Antichrist, p. 462
Eternal Election
(De Electione Aeterna sive de Praedestinatione.)
S. 535—568.
1. The Nature of Election, p. 473
2. Election in Its Proper Setting, p. 475
3. The Elect, p. 478
4. Being Sure of One’s Election, p. 481
5. The Relation of Faith to the Election of Grace, p. 485
6. Purpose of the Doctrine of Election, p. 490
7. No Election of Wrath or Predestination to Damnation, p. 494
8. The Cause of Error in the Doctrine of Election, p. 501
Eschatology, or the Last Things
Die letzten Dinge. (De Eschatologia.)
S. 569—626.
1. Temporal Death (De morte temporali), p. 507
2. The State of Souls Between Death and Resurrection, p. 511
3. The Second Advent of Christ, p. 515
[The Signs Revealed in Scripture, p. 517]
[Fictious Signs of Judgment Day, p. 520]
[Millenial Kingdom / Chilialism, p. 520;
[The General Conversion of the Jews, p. 527]
4. The Resurrection of the Dead (De resurrectione mortuorum), p. 534
5. The Final Judgment (De iudicio extremo), p. 539
6. The End of the World (De consummatione mundi), p. 542
7. Eternal Damnation (De damnatione aeterna), p. 544
8. Eternal Life (De beatitudine aeterna), p. 550
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May Pieper's masterful work open the eyes of Lutherans today.  The next post will present the cross reference listing for Volume 2.
[See directory for all 3 volumes here]

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