1. The two men, early colleagues and reluctant friends, would become a nearly unstoppable theological and Reformation team.
  2. Melanchthon is both massively influential to Lutheranism but is often described as a detractor of Lutheranism because of some late writings.
  3. by Philip Melanchthon, translated by Scott L. Keith, Ph.D.; edited by Kurt Winrich
  4. Today you’ll hear the giddy voice of Dr. Keith and the calm demeanor of Dr. Kolb as they go over the details concerning the history, background, and Loci of Philip Melanchthon. If you're even remotely interested in Lutheran theology this is an episode you shouldn’t miss. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and listen to the show.
  5. By Philip Melanchthon (from the 1535 Loci Communes), translated by Scott L. Keith, Ph.D., edited by Kurt Winrich
  6. The term Gospel came to mean a new kind of proclamation so that the Law and the new doctrine [Gospel] are distinguished in such a way that the new doctrine gains primary influence.
  7. By Philip Melanchthon (from the 1535 Loci Communes), translated by Scott L. Keith, Ph.D.
  8. In the public square, concerning public law, policy, and moral norms, debate is best carried out not with reference to that special revelation unique to a particular religion, but by appeal to that natural knowledge of the law possessed by all (even while recognizing human attempts, often successful, to suppress it).